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February 2020

PMI PMBOK Guide 7th Edition Standard – What’s New?

February 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

  Event Description: The exposure draft for the standard part of new PMBOK Guide, 7th edition is now available. The current standard makes a radical shift from a process-based approach to a principle-based approach. This is the first time it's happening since the release of 1st edition of PMBOK Guide in 1996. The new standard for PMBOK Guide, 7th edition, has made this shift because the beginning of 21st century has seen the emergence of internet, related technologies and applied…

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Project Managers are Change Managers

February 19 @ 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm

  Event Description: Projects and programs by their nature create change, and sophisticated organizations know strategic change happens through projects and programs. Project, program and portfolio managers who want their organizations to be successful need the skills to manage change front and center in their talent portfolio.” In this webinar we will define what “change management” is and is not and provide practical tools for successfully managing change.   Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is…

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Building Positive Relationships with Stakeholders

February 26 @ 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm

  Event Description: Relationships are a foundational part of any organization. Join Dr. Lynette Reed for a 45 minute webinar about how to improve these relationships so that you have a stronger base for all your projects. This webinar will discuss the dynamics of relationship at work and offer some helpful tips for creating sound connections within your work community. This discussion will give you some building blocks for helping to keep people connected in a working environment.   Project…

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March 2020

Beyond Macros Revisited: Automating Microsoft Project for Non-Techies

March 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

  Event Description: Ira Brown, a recognized Microsoft Project expert, will deliver this fun and informative presentation that will provide you with an understanding of the automation capabilities of Microsoft Project. The session, which is geared toward the Microsoft Project business user rather than a technical programmer, will provide practical, real-world illustrations for solving the common challenges a user faces when working with Microsoft Project. Topics include: • Recording and editing basic macros • Assigning a macro to a button…

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Understanding Calendars and Scheduling in Microsoft Project

March 11 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

  Event Description: Microsoft Project is a scheduling tool, and the schedule of every project is based on one or more calendars. In this high-energy webinar, Dale Howard will discuss the following: • Configuring the Standard calendar in your Microsoft Project schedule • Creating new calendars • Setting the working schedule for each calendar where appropriate • Specifying the Project calendar and the Nonworking Time calendar • Specifying PTO on Resource calendars • Using a Task calendar to override the…

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Make Project for the Web Smarter

March 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

  Event Description: Modern work management is one of the top priorities of every organization. Project for the web is Microsoft’s most recent cloud-based offering to help people work together more effectively. Intuitiveness is part of the new offering, but to know its power you need to go beyond and extend it. I will demystify process of extending it using Power platform to simplify work management and making you smarter. So, how does your organization simplify work management?   Project…

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Leveraging SharePoint with the Microsoft Project Sync

March 25 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

  Event Description: Instead of trying to decide whether you should be using Microsoft Project or SharePoint for project management, why not use both! By leveraging the Microsoft Project Sync in SharePoint, you can get the best of both worlds. Microsoft Project can be overwhelming and difficult for inexperienced project managers to update their work. This can lead to problems in user adoption and wasted resources on expensive, unused licenses. SharePoint seamlessly syncs with Microsoft Project, extending the project management…

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