Boston: No ‘Fooling’ With Cross-Project Links
- Business & Professional
- Constant Contact, Waltham MA
Join MPUG today and attend any in-person or web-based meeting at no charge. In addition, you’ll have access to Microsoft Project resources, including recorded training sessions, the project management knowledge library, a dedicated project manager career center and discussion forums. Your registration in this event ensures you’ll receive email notification about MPUG and its activities.
Tuesday, May 7th, 2013.
Microsoft Office Rochester
100 Corporate Wood
Rochester, NY 14623
Phone: (469) 775-0000
Fax: (469) 775-8800
How often have you heard that “too much time is spent on planning”? Or, you might experience “lots of plans” yet still encounter blown schedules and budgets.
In this presentation, Lynn will share his observations from many “Years in the Trenches” of managing projects using Microsoft Project. He will touch on what seems to work, what doesn’t, best practices as wells as capabilities being used and not used. Some items covered will include work breakdown structure, naming conventions, tasks vs. action items, issues, decisions, risks, Project vs. Excel, estimating work and duration, resources, dependencies, scheduling and weekly status data gathering.
At the conclusion of this event, attendees should be able to answer the following questions:
Where Project Managers and Microsoft® Meet. MPUG delivers our users relevant and independent Microsoft Project Management content, resources, opportunities and community networking world wide. MPUG connects thousands of project management practitioners -- to help them better leverage their investment in Microsoft tools such as Microsoft Project, Excel and Sharepoint for Project Management and ultimately advance their businesses and careers.