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Tracking Methods in Microsoft Project Online and Project Server

There are three distinct tracking methods within Microsoft Project Online and Project Server. Understanding these practices — and how they relate to the way you plan your tasks — will help...

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How To Help Your PMO Generate Better Management Reports

Every Project Management Office (PMO) is different. Those of us who have been in the project management industry or who have worked within many PMOs will tell you the same. Go to any PMI local chapter...

Show Physical % Complete on Your Task Bars

To illustrate how much of a task is done when you’re working with Microsoft Project, just insert a PHYSICAL % COMPLETE line to the Bar Styles dialog box as shown below. Note that Project doesn&#...

You Produced a Great Schedule…Now What?

Many times Project Managers are able to create great schedules using Microsoft Project,  but then loose track when the project goes into the execution phase where they are required to update the sched...

Certificate Series – Project Management with Microsoft Project Essentials, Session 3

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 2 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle. Instructors Community Favourites Bo...

Ask the Experts: When % Complete Won’t Calculate

Nancy asks, “I have been a project controller for about seven years. I have a problem that I cant figure out. My % Complete column has stopped calculating. Also, the Actual Duration and Remainin...

Track Project Progress with Physical % Complete

Far too often people arbitrarily track project performance through the “Percent (%) Complete” method with subjective estimates for “how finished” the project is. Microsoft Project doesn’t work well wi...