Free Webcast: 8 Steps to Microsoft Project Success


If you’re a project manager like me, I’m sure you work within tight schedules, changing scope and limited resources. Having a reliable tool to support you can definitely make things more efficient.
If you’re a project manager like me, I’m sure you work within tight schedules, changing scope and limited resources. Having a reliable tool to support you can definitely make things more efficient. If utilized appropriately, Microsoft Project is a powerful tool that can help you break a project down into manageable parts, define a realistic schedule, identify required resources and track projects accordingly.

I’d like to invite you to join me as I host a FREE webcast on September 25, 2009 at 10 am Pacific Time where I’ll discuss 8 practical steps to effectively leverage Microsoft Project to support key project management activities.

In this presentation, you will learn how to leverage Microsoft Project by properly:

• Defining project schedule based on a project start or finish date
• Utilizing relevant project calendar
• Identifying tasks and dependencies
• Entering task estimates based on duration, work or resource
• Outlining resource availability and task assignments
• Tracking project actuals against project baseline information
• Creating reports for stakeholders

I don’t expect you to have any background on Microsoft Project at all. This will be a great opportunity for you to get it started! So what are you waiting for? Register Now.

See you there!

3 thoughts on “Free Webcast: 8 Steps to Microsoft Project Success

  1. Hi,

    How can I watch this now? Is it available anywhere?

    Dux recommended it in his excellent MSP 2010 webcast which I thoroughly enjoyed.

    Cheers, Simon

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