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Gary Chefetz

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Gary Chefetz is founder and Chief Executive Officer of MSProjectExperts. Gary is a Microsoft Project MVP, recognized for his expertise sharing in the Microsoft Communities and for authoring numerous books about Microsoft Office Project and Project Server. Gary also holds an MCP in Project Server.

Project Server Twilight Zone

  A client wants a Microsoft Project Server system built, including a security configuration based on the Resource Breakdown Structure (RBS). When the consultant arrives at the client site, the k...

Webinar: From Excel Workbooks to Portfolio Analysis in 7 Steps & 2 Days using Project Online

  Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle Event Description:  Join us a...

Adopt Project Server 2013

Top 5 Reasons to Adopt Project Server 2013

Welcome to the year of the cloud! For the first time, Microsoft is releasing its most powerful Project and Portfolio Management system in two variations. Microsoft Project Online is now available as a...

Project Server 2013: Shock, Horror and Awe

This article was orginally published in MSProjectExperts’ blog. Reproduction of content on this site is strictly prohibited without the express permission of MSProjectExperts. Copyright (c) 2012...

Webinar: More Tips and Tricks from Gary Chefetz, MVP

  Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is not in the PMI® system. However, it is eligible for self-directed learning PMI® PDU credit. Speakers: ...

4 Formulas for EPM Disaster

We have observed four classic impetuses for EPM implementations that lead to failure with such regularity that you should consider them avoidable if only because they’re recognizable. Does your ...

Why Enterprise Project Management Initiatives Fail

Paul Strebel wrote in the Harvard Business Review (May-June 1996), “Corporate reengineering success rates in Fortune 1,000 companies are well below 50%; some say they are as low as 20%.” A...