Status Reports

MPUG’s Event Schedule

We’re pretty excited about this event lineup,so we saved a seat just for you. UPCOMING LIVE WEBINARS WBS Schedule Pro presentation with Critical Tools September 14 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET ...Read More

Automating Information between Microsoft Project and SharePoint -Transcription

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Jeff Lynch’s webinar, Automating Information between Microsoft Project and SharePoint, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our membe...Read More

Building and Analyzing Kanban Cumulative Flow Diagrams with MS Project (Agile)

Like Sprint or Release Burndown charts in Scrum, cumulative flow diagrams (CFDs) are frequently used in projects using a Kanban framework. This is because one of the fundamental aspects of Kanban is t...Read More

Critical Path Modeling Using Microsoft Project: Lesson 2 – Leveraging Work and Predecessor Types to Structure the Plan Transcription

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Sam Bell’s course, Critical Path Modeling Using Microsoft Project (Lesson 2: Leveraging Work and Predecessor Types to Structure the Plan), bei...Read More

7 Common Misconceptions about MS Project that People Get Wrong – Transcription

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Tim Runcie’s open panel discussion on MS Project misconceptions, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. You may wish to us...Read More

Exploring VBA Part III: Using VBA to Integrate Microsoft Project with other Microsoft Tools – Transcription

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Ira Brown’s session, Exploring VBA: Microsoft Project’s Macro Language Part III, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. Yo...Read More

Exploring VBA: Microsoft Project’s Macro Language

Project Management technology should never be more complicated then managing a project! Did you know that using macros can enhance the efficiency of Microsoft Project significantly? Of course, the tho...Read More

Avoiding Root Causes of Troubled Projects

Prevention measures should be considered to reduce or contain the root causes of troubled projects, thereby improving project quality, profitability, and customer satisfaction. This article is not int...Read More

The Project Communication Plan

For small projects, communication can be quite simple. Communication for the project of heading home after the holidays might be no more than “Call us when you get there.” But good communication grows...Read More

Project Take-Over Checklist

Looking for Red Flags Periodically during my career at IBM, a live project would be thrown “over the fence,” and, inevitably, hit me on the head while I was working on another full-time project. These...Read More

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