Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Strategic category of the Talent Triangle.
This continuation of Leveraging MS Project / Project Online or Server for Project, to Program What-if-Scenarios will build upon both the best practices as well as show expanded options and advanced approaches for project managers who struggle with utilizing the full power of Project to do “What-if” scenarios. Come learn how to create powerful snapshots, scenario planning and leveraging combinations of views, custom fields and approaches for reporting and managing “What-if” options with MS Project
- Learn about Project Settings that allow for scalability for what if planning
- Learn how to leverage comparative analysis, snapshots and centralized views for what-if data
- Learn how to create powerful views and reports in Project, visually showcasing scenario’s.
Tim Runcie, Advisicon
Tim Runcie is one of only a few dozen industry recognized experts worldwide who focuses on project and portfolio management technology as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Project Server. Tim is the president of Advisicon Inc., an international consulting, application development and training services firm that helps organizations through process and methodology changes to get the most out of their project, program and portfolio management objectives that are directly tied to return on investment and corporate strategies.
Tim understands that successful project management adoption requires changes in organizational culture, paired with learning new skills and strategies. That is why he developed Advisicon’s approach of Knowledge Transfer – Optimization – Sustained Results. Enabling organizations to create their own sustainable project management culture through consultative mentorship and guidance drives Tim’s passion for sharing his expertise and teaching.
Learn more about Tim here: Lead Sheet_Runcie.
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