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Webinar: ProjectTalk – Decorating Your Project Schedules

 

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:

OK, maybe we’re taking the Holiday theme a bit too far. But we’ve seen some PM’s take the formatting of their Gantt Charts and Task Tables pretty far too! From bright yellow cell backgrounds to purple bold italic text, people love to put a little color in their Project schedules – especially during the holidays! So we thought we’d get colorful for the December edition of Project Talk too! Join Project Experts Matt Davis and John Riopel to spice up your holidays with Marked Tasks, Text Styles, Gantt bars, Critical Task formatting, dates on the bars, progress lines and much more on this edition of Project Talk!

About Project Talk

ProjectTalk is the live interactive web-radio show featuring real-time demonstrations of common project management and scheduling issues and how to address them using Microsoft Project and other tools. Just like talk radio!

 


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John Riopel
Written by John Riopel

John Riopel, MCP, MCTS, PMP has over 25 years of experience as a Program/Project Manager in government service and commercial industries.  His technical background in Microsoft Project spans the entire evolution of the Microsoft Project toolset, with a deep understanding of how to apply these technology constructs and concepts to real-world project management challenges.He is President and CEO of PM Providers, a full-service project management consulting firm dedicated to delivering business results with project management solutions.

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