Join the Boston Chapter of MPUG (Official Industry Association for Microsoft Project) for our next member meeting on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 where the topic will be “EVM De-Mystified – Earned Value Management for the Rest of Us!”. This interactive presentation and discussion will be delivered by Mr. Matthew T. Davis of PM Providers at the Microsoft Store in Salem, NH.
Earned Value Management (EVM) and analysis, when properly implemented, can provide a true picture of project cost and schedule status. But what is really required to implement this capability using Microsoft Project and Project Online? This interactive session will outline the steps needed to support EVM reporting capabilities and understand the elements and techniques needed to step up to EVM for your key projects and portfolios.
The presentation will be given at the Microsoft Store at the Rockingham Mall, Salem, NH. Attendance is free and open to the public. Food, soft drinks and special treats will be served.
During this event, students will learn the 6 key components and 5 key process requirements to support Earned Value Management and Analysis using Microsoft Project.
About The Presenter:
This interactive session will be facilitated by Matthew T. Davis, PMP, MCITP – Vice President Consulting for PM Providers. Mr. Davis has been a regular speaker at Project Summit / Business Analyst World, PMI Chapters, and events and webinars for Microsoft and the Microsoft Project Users Group. Matt is also the host of MPUG Global's monthly web-radio show 'Project Talk!' / and a featured speaker at the Microsoft Project Conference 2014. http://boston.mpug.com/chapter-board/matthew-t-davis-pmp-mcitp
About MPUG: (www.mpug.com) MPUG is dedicated to deliver our user’s relevant and independent Microsoft Office Project content, resources, opportunities and community networking World Wide. Through MPUG, members gain elite access to Microsoft Office Project-specific talent, thought leadership, technology, and community events.
MPUG Chapters are led by community advocates. These groups provide local community meeting opportunities to share Microsoft Office Project experiences, training resources and networking. User Group Chapters leverage the MPUG portal and WW information network and resources. To join go to http://www.boston.mpug.com/subscribe/.
Matthew T Davis, PMP, MCITP
Chapter President, MPUG Boston
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Matthew T Davis, PMP, MCITP
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