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Task Types Demystified

There are a lot of people who stop using MS Project before they even get very far into a project. The main reasons for quitting Project are: When they make a project plan and then change it, they get ...

Certificate Series: Proactive Scheduling Essentials with Microsoft Project – 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   Ultim...

Top 10 Must-Read Articles From the Experts

  The Project Communication Plan By Bonnie Biafore Creating an Agile Schedule with Microsoft Project By Vincent McGevna 5 Tips for Formatting Text on a Gantt Chart By Ismet Kocaman Task Types: Do...

MPUG Tip – Learn From the MVP – Change the Duration of a Fixed Duration Task

Many companies exclusively use fixed duration tasks and Dale Howard knows one of the smallest but most useful tips to master this practice. He has a lot of experience and knows what changes Microsoft ...

The Seven Deadly Sins of Project Schedules

Scheduling is never a simple component of a project; yet in the last 20 years I’ve repeatedly run into the same basic problems in every organization I have worked for or consulted with regarding...

Three Rules for a Happy Life with Project 2007

Here are three rules we urge you to memorize and follow when you enter or change assignments. If you do, Project 2007 will become your obedient servant. If you don’t, Project 2007 will inevitabl...

Certification Insider: Mastering Duration, Work, and Units

Assigning one resource to a task and getting the outcome you want is easy. But adding, removing, or juggling resource assignments can be a mind-bender that leads to hair loss, foul temper, and being o...