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Best Practices with Microsoft PPM

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Best Practices with Microsoft PPM 7/26/18 10:00 AM MST 1.5 hours
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Budget and Expense Cost Planning in Microsoft Project Did you know that Microsoft Project offers built-in functionality that will allow you to track projects budgets, labor costs, and non-labor costs as well? In this 30-minute webinar, we will show you how to create Budget Cost and Expense Cost resources in a project. He will show you how to plan your project budget using Budget Cost resources, how to track labor costs using Work resources, and how to track non-labor costs using Expense Cost and Material resources.

Presenter Bio - Dale Howard:

Dale Howard is a seasoned training professional who is approaching 30 years of technical training experience. He has taught students how to effectively use every version of Microsoft Project beginning with version 4.0 for Windows 95, and every version of the Microsoft EPM tool beginning with Project Central in the year 2000. Dale possesses the coveted Project MVP title and is one of only 64 Project MVPs in the entire world. He is the co-author of 21 books on Microsoft Project and Project Server. Dale is known for high-energy, highly interactive style of presenting and teaching. He was voted the “Best Presenter” by conference participants at the Project Conference in 2012.
8/21/201811:30am CDT30 minutes
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Custom Formulas and Indicators, Part 3: How to Create Governance KPIs for Your Schedule Keeping the governance and best practices for his/her schedule is a very important aspect of a project manager’s work. However, one important question we should ask is: how can I know right-away if something configured on my schedule is playing against the scheduling best practices? During this 30-minute webinar, we will show how to create a couple of custom indicators that will help you see, through the utilization of icons, if anything needs to be checked/corrected in your schedule.

Presenter Bio: Raphael Santos:

Raphael Santos is a PPM enthusiast, with expertise in providing Microsoft Project, Project Online and Project Server solutions. He has worked in several projects to implement PPM tools, including countries in Latin America (Brazil, Peru and Argentina), in the United States and in Africa. He is also a trainer, with more than 10 years of experience in teaching users on how to use Project Management tools in a more productive way. In 2016, Raphael was awarded with the MVP title by Microsoft, in recognition to his contributions in the Project Management community.
9/18/201811:30am CDT30 minutes
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Baselines: How They Work and What Can Go Wrong To accurately analyze project variance, you must save a baseline in your project before you begin entering task progress. However, do you actually know what information is saved in a baseline for tasks, resources, and assignments? And are you aware of the mistakes you can make that can invalidate your baseline and your variance data? In this 30-minute webinar, we will teach go into great depth to show you everything that you need to know about using baselines in Microsoft Project, including what data is saved in a baseline, best practices for using baselines, and warnings about bad practices with baselines.

Presenter Bio - Dale Howard:

Dale Howard is a seasoned training professional who is approaching 30 years of technical training experience. He has taught students how to effectively use every version of Microsoft Project beginning with version 4.0 for Windows 95, and every version of the Microsoft EPM tool beginning with Project Central in the year 2000. Dale possesses the coveted Project MVP title and is one of only 64 Project MVPs in the entire world. He is the co-author of 21 books on Microsoft Project and Project Server. Dale is known for high-energy, highly interactive style of presenting and teaching. He was voted the “Best Presenter” by conference participants at the Project Conference in 2012.
10/16/201811:30am CDT30 minutes
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Using Master Projects in Microsoft Project A master project is a single project that consists of other projects which are inserted as subprojects. Master projects are useful for analyzing a group of related projects, such as all projects in a program. In this 30-minute webinar, we will introduce you to the topic of master projects and show you two different methods for creating a master project. We will demonstrate how to create cross-project dependencies, show you how schedule changes in a predecessor project affects successor projects, and show you how to display the critical path in a master project.

Presenter Bio - Dale Howard:

Dale Howard is a seasoned training professional who is approaching 30 years of technical training experience. He has taught students how to effectively use every version of Microsoft Project beginning with version 4.0 for Windows 95, and every version of the Microsoft EPM tool beginning with Project Central in the year 2000. Dale possesses the coveted Project MVP title and is one of only 64 Project MVPs in the entire world. He is the co-author of 21 books on Microsoft Project and Project Server. Dale is known for high-energy, highly interactive style of presenting and teaching. He was voted the “Best Presenter” by conference participants at the Project Conference in 2012.
11/20/201811:30am CST30 minutes
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How to Set up a Project Schedule to Be Used in my Organization There are plenty of organizations out there that use Microsoft Project stand alone to manage and control their projects. When we do not have a unified platform such as Project Online (or Project Server) to manage our projects, how do we ensure that the best practices are being used by all my project managers? In this 30-minute webinar, we will discuss how to create and configure a standard schedule that can be propagated and shared in order to be used by all project managers in our company.12/18/201811:30am CST30 minutes
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