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Tip: Trust Your Formulas!

Have you ever had a situation where a tested, tried and true formula was producing an “incorrect” result? Recently one of my client schedulers wanted to know, “How can a formula produce correct results for 500 other tasks, but produce an obviously incorrect result for only one task?” In her schedule she was using this…

The Basics of Estimation with Microsoft Project

Project management proves its worth by helping create a culture of repeatable, proven processes that can directly improve efficiency and performance. It employs established techniques that can manage a wide variety of work. Although there’s more than one way to manage a project, any project goes through five broad areas of process: initiation, planning, execution,…

Microsoft Project 2010 Feature Rally: Team Planner

There are the two features in Project 2010 that leap out at me as game changers: manual scheduling and the Team Planner. As Bonnie Biafore explains, manual scheduling allows the user to create and schedule tasks and resources without the interference of Microsoft Project’s scheduling engine. This means that Project won’t be second guessing the…

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