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Visio Basics For Project Managers

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

Event Description:

Perhaps you’ve used Visio to create a flow chart or a swimlane diagram… or an organization chart… but are you still doing those things by hand? Did you know that Visio can automatically build your org chart from data in Excel? And that it can even add a photograph for each person? Are you aware that Visio Online Plan 2 allows you to enter process data in Excel and Visio will build a flowchart or a swimlane diagram automatically? Did you know that Visio can create a timeline diagram if you point it at a Microsoft Project plan? Or that you can create really effective business intelligence dashboards with nothing more than Visio and Project Online? Watch this webcast to discover features and capabilities in Visio that can save you time and put new tools in your project management toolkit.

Presenter Info: 

Scott Helmers

Scott A. Helmers is a Partner at the Harvard Computing Group, a software and consulting firm that assists clients with understanding and implementing business process solutions. He is a co-inventor of TaskMap (www.taskmap.com), a Visio add-in that allows anyone to document, analyze, and improve their business processes. He has been named a Microsoft Valuable Professional (MVP) for Visio every year since 2008 and is the author of four books from Microsoft Press including Visio 2016 Step by Step. He is also a course author for LinkedIn Learning. You can reach Scott at Scott@VisioStepByStep.com.

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byDennis Aquilo onMPUG

I thought that this webinar was nicely done. Scott Helmers did a good job of covering the basics while still providing some insights into other functionality, like data driven flowcharts, that may appeal to more sophisticated users. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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