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Certificate Series – Project Management with Microsoft Project Essentials, 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.

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Speakers: Bonnie Biafore and Sam Huffman

 

Session Outline

Level 100, Session 1: Getting Started with Project Management and Microsoft Project

  • What Is a Project?
  • What Is Project Management?
  • Key Goals & Challenges Facing Projects
  • How Does Microsoft Project Fit into Project Management
  • Learning Your Way Around Microsoft Project (Ribbon, views)
  • Recommended Microsoft Project options
  • Creating a Microsoft Project file (includes start date, schedule from)
  • Working with calendars
  • Creating tasks (names, durations)
  • Organizing your tasks into a work breakdown structure
  • Manually and automatically scheduling tasks
  • Linking tasks
  • Evaluating the schedule (Project Statistics, finish dates, critical path)

 


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Bonnie Biafore
Written by Bonnie Biafore

Bonnie Biafore is the author of O’Reilly’s Microsoft Project: The Missing Manual (2007, 2010, and 2013 editions) and Microsoft Press’ Successful Project Management: Applying Best Practices and Real-World Techniques with Microsoft Project. She’s recorded Project Essential Training (for 2010 and 2013), Project Management Fundamentals, Managing Small Projects, and other courses for lynda.com. As a consultant, she manages projects for clients and wins accolades for her ability to herd cats. She has also written a humorous novel about hitmen and stupid criminals. You can learn more at Bonnie’s website or email her at bonnie.biafore@gmail.com.

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