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This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.
Friend or foe? A bug? The magic button? A huge pain? Or simply – the best feature you can not live without!
Whatever your feelings are regarding resource leveling, there are some things that need to be cleared out. We have successfully trained hundreds of people and they have all changed their feelings towards this feature. Actually, there are only a handful but essential things you need to know and which will all be covered. Chances a great that after this webinar you want to try it out! Make sure you don’t miss this chance.
Presentation Materials: MPUG Webinar Presentation_SanderNekeman_resourceleveling
Since 2006, Sander focused on change management and embedding MS Project (Server) in daily operations. In the field of EPM implementation professionals he is now positioned as a business consultant that knows the EPM product through and through.
After successfully training (more than 500 days) and embedding the ‘new way of project work’ (supported by PPM) at (more than 40) organizations like ASML, Feadship, PostNL he realized that demand for the expertise was many times higher than the amount of hours consultancy and training he could deliver with the team at Enabler Consultancy.
It was 2014 that he decided together with business partner and life-long friend Edwin van den Broek to write down all the knowledge on successfully embedding MS Project. Including a maturity-level approach, a proven way of work, weekly quality checks on schedules, and all the tips & tricks that can save planners time, a comprehensive e-course was constructed that leans on the 10-20-70 principle. This approach to learning MS Project proved to be a direct hit, as within a couple of weeks already people from 21 nationalities started an e-course at this new company: www.ms-project-elearning.com
Lots of content are also given for free. With this Sander wants to show everyone that while MS Project is generally considered to be a though program to learn, it can be explained in a very simple, accessible way. Even resource-leveling…
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