WebNLearn: Navigating the Future of Microsoft Project and Microsoft Project Online with OnePlan

Event Description:

With the ever-changing landscape of project management tools, it’s important to stay ahead of the curve and future-proof your project management approach. Microsoft’s Project Online has been a trusted tool for managing projects for years, but as Microsoft looks to transition to Project for the Web for Project Portfolio Management, what does this mean for the future of Microsoft Project, Project Online, and your organization?

This webinar will explore what this shift from Microsoft Project and Project Online means for organizations and how to prepare for it. We will discuss the benefits of Project for the Web, including its simplified interface and enhanced project scheduling features. And we will also delve into the capabilities of OnePlan for Project Portfolio Management, which provides a comprehensive view of an organization’s strategic portfolio, including project costs, resources, and timelines integrated with Project for the Web. Finally, discover best practices for making the transition, including tips for migrating data from Project Online to Project for the Web and OnePlan.

Join this webinar and better understand the advantages of new Microsoft-based project management tools and how they can be leveraged to achieve better project outcomes. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn about the future of project management!

Learning Objectives:

  • Microsoft’s vision for the future of Microsoft Project & Project Online.
  • How OnePlan aligns and extends the new Microsoft PPM vision.
  • Tips for migrating data from Project Online to Project for the Web.
  • How OnePlan Solutions has helped other customers navigate the shift.

PMI PDUs:  .5 Ways of Working, 0 Power Skills,  .5 Business Acumen


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The Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG) is the world's largest community of Microsoft Project users, with over 200,000 members in more than 170 countries. Founded in 1997, MPUG has been serving project management professionals for over 25 years, providing a platform for members to connect, share knowledge, and learn from one another. With a focus on using technology to improve project management processes, MPUG offers a variety of resources and services, including webinars, training courses, articles, and discussion forums. The organization is dedicated to helping members master Microsoft Project and related technologies, stay up-to-date with industry trends, and advance their careers. Whether you're new to project management or a seasoned pro with decades of experience, MPUG is a valuable resource for anyone looking to improve their skills and knowledge.
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