Resource Planning

Microsoft Project vs. Microsoft Planner

In any project management process, there is one shared concept — to define and set clear goals. Achieving the goal may vary depending on which method the PMO director chooses. Some projects may be sim...Read More

Microsoft Project vs Project for the web

Project for the web, Project Online, and SharePoint

What criteria should businesses look at to decide on the Project solution they need? There’s plenty of documentation on the features of each of the various Microsoft Project solutions, but where do yo...Read More

How Visual Basic for MS Project Changed my Life

Doing the Impossible In 2010, I attended a Baltimore MPUG meeting that changed my life. I learned about Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) for Microsoft Project, and I was stunned to discover easily-...Read More

One Way to Integrate Microsoft Project Online and Jira Software

Most PPM administrators who are managing projects are using a combination of Agile (Jira) and Waterfall (Microsoft Project Online) methodologies. These two combined can produce efficient, reliable col...Read More

Understanding and Using Cost Rate Tables

Background Information While you perform resource planning in your projects by adding resources to your project team in the Resource Sheet view, you may need to enter basic and custom cost information...Read More

Vendor Showcase Recap: Triskell Software for Enterprise Governance

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Rich Murphy’s showcase session, Triskell Software for Enterprise Governance, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. You ma...Read More

Webinar Recap: Agile Series Part 2 – Agile Features & Capabilities in MS Project / Project PPM

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Tim Runcie’s Agile Series Part 2 webinar being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. You may wish to use this transcript for th...Read More

Split It Out (Part 2)

More Ways to Separate your Project into Manageable Chunks In Part 1 of my article “Split It Out,” we looked at ways to separate projects task into smaller parts or pieces that are more controllable. L...Read More

5 Reasons Why Managers Need to Learn Project Management Basics

Originally published on Wrike Blog. Used with permission. Critical path, scope creep, Kanban. If these words are foreign to you, you probably aren’t a project manager. Additionally, you may not think ...Read More

Certificate Series Recap – Project Portfolio Management Masterclass, Session 2

The speakers for today’s transcribed session are Dr. Shan Rajegopal and Rich Weller of Pcubed who will be designated as [Dr. SR] and [RW] respectively to indicate the speaker in question. There is als...Read More