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Webinar: What NOT to do in MS Project – Breaking Bad Habits


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:

Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to become a more effective user of Microsoft Project?  Join us for this exciting and practical webinar that will help you break those bad habits that many project managers employ when using this very powerful tool.  In addition to learning what not to do, you will learn how to exercise best practices to build a proactive project schedule.  This includes proper utilization of the WBS, resources, dependencies, constraints, deadlines, baselines, tracking progress, and forecasting.

About Terry Kneeburg, PMP MCITP MCTS

Principal Consultant

Terry has more than 25 years combined experience in product development, project management, and consulting.  He has been working with the Microsoft Project Server platform since 2004. At that time he led his mobile phone development organization in the deployment of EPM.  Terry is passionate about helping clients achieve success in managing their project portfolios, delivering to companies in a variety of industries including Healthcare, Transportation, State and Local Government, Energy, Technology, Insurance, and Pharmaceuticals.  He has conducted training classes for project managers, administrators, portfolio managers, and team members.

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  1. This was a very practical webinar. I just wish that I had attended the live class in order to get the free reference book. Oh well, next time.



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