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Tag Archives: Linking

Merging Project By-Products

Imagine putting a fifty-piece puzzle together that depicts an overview of a typical project. Each puzzle piece is like an artifact or one of the tangible by-products developed during the timeline of a project. The center piece is the project plan, and other pieces that could snap into the center piece may be the project’s…

7 Incorrect Ways to Use Microsoft Project: Using Predecessors in Summary Tasks

This is the sixth article of this series highlighting common incorrect uses of Microsoft Project. The images are built using the Microsoft Project 2013 Pro edition, but this series can be useful for all versions of the product. This article will be about linking summary tasks. Flaw #1: Date-Related Planning Flaw #2: Capacity as Activity  Flaw #3: Lack of Structure (Work Breakdown Structure) Flaw #4: Too…

Certificate Series – Project Management with Microsoft Project Essentials, Session 1

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 2 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle. Watch session 2   Speakers: Bonnie Biafore and Sam Huffman   Session Outline Level 100, Session 1: Getting Started with Project Management and Microsoft Project What Is a Project? What Is…

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