Webinar: From Excel Workbooks to Portfolio Analysis in 7 Steps & 2 Days using Project Online

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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: 

Join us as Project MVP Gary Chefetz presents his exciting session from the 2014 Microsoft Project Conference.

Project Online’s new integration with SharePoint enables you to rapidly move from Excel to Portfolio Analysis. This session demonstrates seven simple steps for an Excel to Project Online migration and teaches you how to build an ideation footprint, a portfolio management framework with a workflow in two days.

Presenter Bio: 

Gary Cheftez, Project MVP

As author or co-author of twenty-plus books on Microsoft Project and Project Server, Gary has dragged out his obsession with these products into a near fourteen-year technology mission. Gary has all sorts of certifications that begin with the letter “M” as well as twelve consecutive Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) awards. He is founder of msProjectExperts, the world’s leader in Microsoft Project and Project Server educational products and services, now in its 12th year.

Gary is a serial entrepreneur with direct experience in publishing, real estate, manufacturing, retail, software development and project management. His consulting experience spans an array of industries and disciplines. More important than his history is Gary’s next project that might be the guidance you need to get your job done.

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Written by Gary Chefetz

Gary Chefetz is founder and Chief Executive Officer of MSProjectExperts. Gary is a Microsoft Project MVP, recognized for his expertise sharing in the Microsoft Communities and for authoring numerous books about Microsoft Office Project and Project Server. Gary also holds an MCP in Project Server.

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