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Critical Tools Presents WBS Schedule Pro

Event Description:
Named by MPUG community project managers as a tool used alongside MSP, Critical Tools’ WBS Schedule Pro is a Windows-based project management software application designed to be a feature-rich yet easy-to-use tool for planning and managing projects. This presentation by Jim Spiller includes the recommended approach for using WBS Schedule Pro to plan and manage projects, including how to use a WBS Chart for planning, how to create a schedule and define the critical path using a Network Chart, and how to use the many additional features within WBS Schedule Pro to plan any project. Other areas of discussion will describe how to customize the various charts in the software, how to use WBS Schedule Pro with Microsoft Project and how to Import/Export data. Also included throughout the presentation will be many shortcuts and valuable tips for using WBS Schedule Pro effectively.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the recommended approach for using WBS Schedule Pro to plan and manage projects, including how to use a WBS Chart for planning, how to create a schedule and define the critical path using a Network Chart, and how to use the many additional features within WBS Schedule Pro to plan any project.

  • Learn how to use WBS Schedule Pro with Microsoft Project and how to Import/Export data.

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

 

Written by Jim Spiller

Jim is President of Critical Tools, Inc, makers of the WBS Schedule Pro software. Jim has been a part of the Project Management Software business since 1985. For the past 20+ years with Critical Tools, Jim helped design and develop what is now called WBS Schedule Pro. Learn more about Critical Tools, Inc.

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