Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.
Making your own Project Site templates for Project Server 2010 is not hard, once you know how! And having Project Sites that match the way your organization does business will greatly improve user satisfaction, adoption, and project outcomes.
You already know that every published project can have its own Project Site. Most people simply make do with the standard Project Site template that comes with the software. But what if you want to customize the template, or make different versions for different types of projects? Maybe you want to change the Issue and Risk forms, add a logo, and capture key metrics that are particular to your business.
This webinar will walk you through the basics, and then some. You will learn how to…
- Create, deploy, and manage Project Site templates.
- Understand the common mistakes to avoid.
- See how you can use custom SharePoint lists to drive standardized management and reporting.
- Build different Site templates for different Enterprise Project Types.
- Use Content Types to hide things you don’t want to (or can’t) delete.
- Organize the Project Site Quick Launch menu to look how YOU want it to look.
- Edit an existing template to add/change features.
In less than an hour, Reid McTaggart will show you, step-by-step, how you can build simple but effective real-world customization’s to make your Project Sites look and work better for the people they serve.
Reid McTaggart, Vice President
Prior to forming DeltaBahn LLC, Reid was the Central Region Lead for Microsoft Consulting Services’ EPM Global Practice. In that role he oversaw EPM services delivery for Microsoft in the Central US Region, Canada and South America, ensuring quality solutions and customer satisfaction. Reid has over 25 years of experience architecting, selling and delivering professional services in project management, real estate and business consulting, including 13 years as a business consulting manager with Arthur Andersen LLP.
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