Effectively Planning, Tracking & Controlling Projects with Microsoft Project 2010


I had the great opportunity to present a 2 hour webcast for O’Reilly Media a few weeks ago on “Effectively Planning, Tracking & Controlling Projects with Microsoft Project 2010”
I had the great opportunity to present a 2 hour webcast for O’Reilly Media a few weeks ago on “Effectively Planning, Tracking & Controlling Projects with Microsoft Project 2010”

In the presentation, I demonstrated how to leverage Microsoft Project 2010 from initial planning to project closing. In addition, I demonstrated how you properly:

– Define project schedule based on a project start or finish date
– Utilize relevant project calendar
– Identify tasks and dependencies
– Enter task estimates based on duration, work or resource
– Outline resources and specify task assignments
– Track project actuals against project baseline information
– Create relevant reports for stakeholders
– Integrate with SharePoint 2010
– Manage multiple projects with shared resources

Here’s the 2-part video recording, Enjoy!

2 thoughts on “Effectively Planning, Tracking & Controlling Projects with Microsoft Project 2010

  1. attempted to follow the link from your email to the webcast titled “Effectively Planning, Tracking, & Controlling Projects with Microsoft Project 2010”. The link brought me to this comment page. Please send link to the webcast article to tamara.heineman@dfa.arkansas.gov. Thank you.

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