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Every project manager and scheduler wants to create dynamic project schedules that show an accurate, realistic model of their project. In order to do so, you must know the various ways to link tasks with Microsoft Project.
Microsoft Project has a very powerful Scheduling Engine and if you know the right way to use it, your schedules will help show more insight into your projects. Tasks are scheduled based on the start date of the project and the order in which tasks must be completed. There are various ways to link tasks e.g. ‘Start To Finish’, ‘Start to Start’ and using lags and lead times, but knowing which to use and when to use it is the key to a successful project.
As a the PPM Practice Manager at Projility, Tom, along with his team of expert consultants; implements, supports and trains organizations of all sizes and industries (including central and local government) on Project and Portfolio Management solutions leveraging the Microsoft software stack. He is responsible for deploying Microsoft Project, Project Online, Project Sever and SharePoint together with associated technologies and business processes. Tom has in-depth knowledge of Microsoft’s O365 platform and cloud based solutions such as Project Online. Tom received his BSc in Comput¬er Science from Bournemouth University in the United Kingdom and holds multiple Microsoft product certifications. He is also one of only a handful of certified facilitators in the US for the Microsoft PPM Customer Immersion Experience (CIE) Program.
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