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How Complicated Does a Project Schedule Need to be to Complicate the Complications That we Face in the Invariably Uncertain World of Project Management?
Abstract from EPMA Blog (Indexed 2013-05-31):
I have given Microsoft Project and Microsoft Project Server training classes to various clients from a variety of backgrounds; from power plant engineers scheduling planned outages to educational personnel running projects for local school districts. There is always a common question that is running through the minds of the trainees: What level of detail is
Abstract from Microsoft Project Blog (Indexed 2013-05-29):
Project Professional 2013 and Project Online / PWA are distinct tools which work together, empowering businesses to deliver winning projects while effectively executing and achieving strategic priorities. People across the organization regularly update statuses, manage resource allocations, report progress and balance strategic objectives. These people need different capabilities at different times.Right tools, right time
Project Professional 2013 is the project manager's everyday work...(truncated)...
Abstract from Brian Smith's Project Support Blog (Indexed 2013-05-31):
If you do want to see your summary tasks appearing in your 2010 Resource Assignments view, like they did in Project Server 2007, then head over to Rob Casons new posting on the Project Support blog - Project Server 2010- Unable to Add Summary Task to Resource Assignments View. Good job Rob![Image]
Abstract from EPMA Blog (Indexed 2013-03-12):
Removing custom View, Table, Filter, and Group clutter While performing your day-to-day project schedule management activities, you may create some custom Microsoft Project Views, Tables, Filters, or Groups to help visualize or present the information in your project in various ways. Perhaps you have created a custom project milestone view that displays a filtered list
Abstract from EPMA Blog (Indexed 2013-06-11):
In most Microsoft Office products it is possible to run multiple sessions of the same application. You can see below; I have two sessions of Microsoft Word running at the same time. It is also possible to have multiple sessions of Excel and PowerPoint running side by side. However; it is not possible to have
Abstract from EPMA Blog (Indexed 2013-06-06):
I have been teaching the EPMA 100 – Microsoft Project Essentials open enrolment classes at EPMA for over a year now. One of the questions that I am commonly asked is, Is it possible to share a resource pool across multiple projects or a program? I state that the best way is to use a
Abstract from EPMA Blog (Indexed 2013-02-15):
This is the first in a series of Blogs that will briefly cover some of the new features of Microsofts latest release of Project; Project 2013. The Highlight Task Path Feature One of the most obvious new features to Project 13 is located in the Format Ribbon. It is called the Highlight Task Path Feature.
Abstract from EPMA Blog (Indexed 2013-04-18):
Within Microsoft Project Sever you may find yourself needing to change the Project Manager of a project schedule from one person to another. To accomplish this there are two steps: The first thing that needs to be done is to set the Owner of the project. Once you are the Owner of a project schedule,
Abstract from Brian Smith's Project Support Blog (Indexed 2013-06-18):
I maybe sounding the alarm bells too soon, and of course you all test Cumulative Updates before deploying to production, right? But we have seen a few cases so far where after applying the June 2013 CU for Project Server 2010 is leading to timesheet submit problems. The timesheet submit will go into a failed and blocking state and clicking the error will give something like:
GeneralQueueJobFailed (26000) - TimesheetSubmit.SubmitTimesheetMessage. Details: id='26000' name='GeneralQueueJ...(truncated)...
Abstract from EPMA Blog (Indexed 2013-06-19):
This is the first of a series of blogs in which I intend to cover some of the most important aspects of scheduling. These are some leading practices that are applied by many seasoned Project Managers, but are often missed by someone new to the world of Project Management. These are just some of the