Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 2 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.
Ultimately, the purpose of the project schedule is to enhance the chances of successful project delivery. To be useful then, a proactive schedule should always reflect the true intention (both scope and time) AND actual progress of the project. It should clearly communicate work and priorities to project team members, provide accurate forecasting of remaining effort and durations and identify variances before it is too late for corrective action.
This course provides comprehensive background on the principles of Proactive Scheduling as well a practical approach to deploying these principles in Microsoft Project and Project Server.
Session 3 – Weekly Status Updates and Reporting
- Reviewing and approving Task Updates
- Updating Milestones and Project Financials
- Rescheduling incomplete work in the past
- Identifying Variances and taking corrective action
- Maintaining the Baseline for scope changes
- Preparing the Project Timeline
- Update SharePoint Project Status
- Accessing reports in the Business Intelligence Center
Kenneth Steiness, PMP/PMI-SP MCP MCT
Managing Partner & VP of Delivery, Sensei Project Solutions
Kenneth has worked in the project management and scheduling field for over 17 years, and has managed customer engagements in over 13 countries worldwide and throughout the United States. His focus is on process and the discipline of PPM and scheduling whenever he engages with clients to deploy Microsoft Project and Project Server or teaches classes on the subject. Kenneth has presented at world-wide conferences for Microsoft and PMI; and to many Microsoft Project User Groups over the years.
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