Boston: No ‘Fooling’ With Cross-Project Links
- Business & Professional
- Constant Contact, Waltham MA
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About This Event:
Michael Wharton has trained hundreds of project managers over the years and find the many project manages struggle with using Project Professional. The reason for this is most project managers used Excel for managing projects and when switching to project professional they brought many bad habits with them. This seminar makes you aware of these bad habits and shows you the proper way of building a project schedule that works for you.
This 1.5 hour seminar is designed to show go over how applying Excel habits into your project schedule makes it hard to manage project. The overall goal of the seminar is to break those habits and show you the right way to create a dynamic schedule.
Who Should Attend
The “Making Project Schedules Work for You” seminar is designed for people who are using MS Project regularly, even if this is as often as a day-to-day basis: project schedulers, project team members, project managers, project controllers, project control officers, and project engineers.
After this seminar, you will:
About the Presenter:
Michael Wharton, MVP, MBA, PMP, MCT, MCTS, MCITP, MCSD, MCSE+I, MCDBA
Michael Wharton is a Project/SharePoint Consultant and Trainer. Michael’s career started as a software developer before moving into project management. His passion to improve project management processes begin in 2003 using tools like project professional and server. Since then he has trained hundreds of project managers and implemented project server in over twenty-five PMOs. He has passed over forty Microsoft certification exams giving him a solid technical background with Project and SharePoint Server.
Michael is active in the community. He is the past President-Elect and past Director of Programs for the NC Piedmont PMI, board member of the Triad SQL Server User Group, Triad Developers Guild and Enterprise Architect Roundtable. He is currently writing a book about implementing Portfolio Management using Project Server 2013.
•Blog: www.MyProjectExpert.com (field notes during implementations)
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