Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDUs in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.
When creating a project for the first time many project managers begin by typing information in the “Task Name” column. Later they find that Microsoft Project is calculating working time incorrectly. Task dates begin to look inaccurate and the Project duration begins to change. Finally, they may even abandon the use of Project in managing their project. The problems began with the first data entry. Project was not set up correctly for data and so errors ensued. Project is like other database applications in that the correct set-up and configuration of the software will drive accuracy.
In this webinar, we’ll explore and discuss the basics in setting up and configuring Microsoft Project for data. We will identify the features you need to know such as calendars, calendar hierarchies, scheduling methods and scheduling modes.
Sam Huffman first gained insight into Microsoft Project while working as a member of the MS Project development and support team. He has maintained his depth of knowledge of MS Project with each release and is a leading authority in the use and features of MS Project, Project Server and Project Online. Since the early 1990’s Sam has honed his instruction skills by delivering training programs to thousands every year. Sam is a frequent content contributor to the Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG) and speaks to groups often about MS Project, Enterprise Project Management and the discipline of Project Management. He was awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional from 2010-2017. Check out his blog on MS Project. The softcover version of his newest book Microsoft® Project Do’s and Don’ts is now available for purchase! It is portable, brief and to the point so you can find help when you need it. Through tips, best practices and examples, it will help you jump-start your project!
Have you watched this webinar recording? Tell MPUG viewers what you think!