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Tips From The Project Pros: Carl Chatfield and Tim Johnson

Being a Microsoft Project experts, share with the MPUG community a favorite tip to using Microsoft Project like a Pro? Carl:  “The best strategy I can recommend is this: know how to get yourself out o...

Project Management in the Cloud

Gaining Business Value through Collaboration, Quicker Startup, added Security, and Accessibility Today’s current economic situation presents challenges for businesses of all sizes in every industry, e...

Ask the Experts: Tying Tasks and Assignments across Projects

Abhishek asks: I’m doing scheduling for multi-tower projects. Is there any way to see the resource usage for a particular tower? Ellen answers: The way you create and manage this project will de...

Certification Insider: Project Reporting

You’re always massaging project info into a form that communicates what’s going on with your projects. You need to see know what’s happening — or not, and you also have to keep...

Don’t Touch That Dial! What to Do Before Using Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project is an incredible tool for scheduling a project. But it’s not necessarily where the project should begin. I’ve developed a set of steps I follow every time to begin a proj...

Lock Down Microsoft Project Progress Data

An advantage of using Microsoft Project Server 2007 is the ability to have people involved in the work update the progress of the project using My Tasks and My Timesheets pages. The My Timesheets page...

Best Practices for Microsoft Project, Part 1

No matter what features Microsoft introduces into its latest release of Microsoft Project, it will forever fail to address some basic needs for project managers as they approach the tool. Here are six...