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Sequencing Strategies in Microsoft Project

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Strategic category of the Talent Triangle

Event Description: 

The project schedule is composed of many moving parts but sequencing is one of the primary driving variables. Sequencing decisions can extend or compress a schedule and so it is important that the project manager understand them and sequence tasks correctly to attain the schedule objective. In this webinar the types of sequence and examples will be discussed and demonstrated. How to extend and compress a schedule will be demonstrated along with block (event) scheduling and fine- tuning lead, lag and intentional delay in relationships. Finally, effective methods to evaluate sequencing before committing to the schedule will be demonstrated in this hands-on webinar.

Presenter Info:

Sam Huffman, PMP, MCITP, MCT

Sam Huffman has been delivering training for The Versatile Company since 1996. Prior to joining Versatile, he gained insight into Microsoft Project while working at Microsoft as a member of the Microsoft Project development and support team. He has maintained his intimate knowledge of Microsoft Project with each new release and is considered a leading authority on the tool, including the newest enterprise features of all versions of Project and Project Server.

During his tenure at Versatile, Sam honed his instruction skills by delivering programs for approximately 1000 people every year. His reputation for delivering practical wisdom with an upbeat style makes him one of Versatile’s most requested instructors. He is a certified Project Management Professional, Microsoft Certified Trainer and has been a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in Project since 2010.

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  1. Good basics presentation.

  2. Always good to go over the basics.

  3. Excellent video. Very well explanation of task sequencing, tips, do’s & don’ts.


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