- Build a Detailed Project Plan Within the First Hour
- Compatible with Microsoft Project 2010, 2013 & 2016
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Why Build a Plan?
What sort of things do you want to know from your program?
How long the project takes
How much the project costs
What is the logic
What resources required
Microsoft Project 2010 vs 2013
Does it really matter what version of Microsoft Project you are using? As a matter of fact, it's just the menu bars that look different.
The principle with using the software is the same, with some extra niceties in 2013 and 2016.
Learn the importance of the Critical Path and how to identify it. Why it is important to direct your attention to the critical path and how you can use it to manage your project goals.
Setup for Tracking – we use the exercise developed above to demonstrate this
Tracking actual scenarios.
We have an existing template schedule that we use to record progress based on changing scenarios. We demonstrate how to set up and track progress accurately
Get More Out Of Microsoft Project
The Skills You Need To Maximize the Use of Microsoft Project And Be A PRO
Learn how to manage your resources optimally. Identify exactly where resources are over-allocated and how to resolve resource allocation issues
How to format the Gantt Chart. We produce a standard template to presenting project information that can be used from project to project
Prepare a calendar and assignment to the project. Understand how the calendar works and how it is applied to the project
My 5 Point Checklist to check Program Integrity for a Robust Project Program