Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.
More accurate forecasts. Transparency over deviations. Improved stability of the project plan. In this webinar you will learn how to take the smaller and bigger hurdles within Project Management and improve the quality of your schedule in Microsoft Project 2010, 2013 or Project Online at the same time.
Process oriented approach
Do you plan based on methods from e.g. PMI or do you use your own custom project management process? In both cases you should also align all steps you take accordingly within Microsoft Project Professional.
Based on a PMI compliant configuration of a custom ribbon you will see how project managers can efficiently work in the Microsoft Project Client without being distracted from the nitty-gritty. See how to bypass the calculation logic regarding Units, Work and Duration in the Client to stabilize your data.
Standardize KPIs between project leads and executives and stay in control.
Improve the collaboration between the project stakeholders. Use pre-configured Project Sites which are available automatically for every project and optimize task and risk management.
Markus Waldinger, Microsoft MVP and Manager at Campana & Schott, has more than 10 years of experience in Project Management and Social Collaboration. In this decade he has implemented Microsoft Project Server from version 2003 on and EPM based solutions within a variety of customers such as Bombardier, EADS or Bayer.
Based on his proficiency he is responsible for the technical and functional evaluation of Project Server since 2010 and is leading the competence area EPM at Campana & Schott. Its main goal is gathering, managing and providing knowledge around EPM solutions across the whole company. Markus is part of the US team of Campana & Schott and also acts as a Virtual Technical Solution Specialist for Microsoft.
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