Here at MPUG, we want to take the time to thank to BookAuthority.org for the mention of Sam Huffman’s Microsoft® Project Do’s and Don’ts: The definitive guide to jumpstart your project. As featured on CNN, and Forbes, BookAuthority identifies and rates the best books in the world, based on public mentions, recommendations, ratings and sentiment. Their write up on the 22 best MS Project eBooks rates MPUG’s own Do’s and Don’ts as number 1!
Do’s and Don’ts walks the user through the phases of a project sequentially. It identifies what should be focused on, why, how, and when. This approach empowers readers, rather than overwhelming or confusing them. If you haven’t checked out the book or our boot camp program yet, you should know that Sam Huffman’s book, Microsoft® Project Do’s and Don’ts will help beginners and seasoned users alike to:
- Organize projects to suit your reporting requirements
- Gain confidence in creating, updating, and closing out Project files quickly and correctly
- Get the most out of Project without wasting time or effort
In ten brief but essential chapters, Sam Huffman walks readers through the entire process of creating a project: learning the interface, setting up the project for success, organizing and entering your tasks, creating resources and assigning them to tasks, baselining your project, tracking and reporting progress, and setting up Agile-based projects. Sam’s handy do’s and don’ts — garnered through years of experience — will help you avoid common problems and apply best practices from the beginning.