Chicago: SharePoint with Project, Best Practices with Project, Project Server BI
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (CDT)
Downers Grove, IL
Please Note: Since this is a Joint PMI/MPUG event, your registration information may be shared with PMI Chicagoland.
Free Joint MPUG/Microsoft/PMI Chicagoland Knowledge Sharing on Tuesday, 3/18/2014, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm at Microsoft in Downers Grove.
Seating will be limited to the first 90 people who register. Also the building is secured, so you must register by March 16th in order to be on the list to enter.
Earn 2 PDUs for participating.
The Work Management Story
See how SharePoint and Project work together to manage all types of tasks from small mini-projects to major programs, all using familiar, mobile and user friendly experiences! Learn how non-project administrative tasks can now impact capacity planning and resource management. Using Excel? Watch tasks from your spreadsheet become interactive once uploaded to SharePoint!
Best Practices for MS Project for Updating Baselines, Tracking Actuals
Learn the best practices for setting and updating baselines, tracking actual work and re-scheduling uncompleted work using MS Project 2013. See the new Dashboard reports available in Project 2013 and learn how to use them for project status reporting.
Maximizing Project Server Business Intelligence
Learn how to maximize Business Intelligence from Project Server 2010 and 2013 On Premises and Project Online: data available, access options, and analytics with out-of-the-box and third-party OLAP Cubes and Dashboards leveraging the Microsoft BI stack: Excel, PerformancePoint, Reporting Services, and Power View.
5:30 – Registration
6:15 – 6:30: Intro’s & agenda - Dan Friedrich, MPUG Chicago President
6:30 – 7:00: Bryan Quick - The Work Management Story
7:00 – 7:45: Ellen Lehnert, MVP, PMP – Baseline, Tracking & Dashboard Reports using MS Project 2013
7:45 – 8:15: Dan Friedrich– Business Intelligence
8:15 – 8:30: Raffle, prizes and questions
This event is FREE, even if you're not an MPUG member, so invite your colleagues too. But if you plan to come, register now before it "sells" out!
About the Speakers:
Ellen Lehnert is a Microsoft Project MVP with over 20 years of corporate training and consulting experience. Ellen teaches customized classes as well as develops customized processes for using MS Project and MS Project Server. She is the co-author of “Best Practices Managing Projects using MS Project 2013” – Beginning and Advanced courseware and she is the author of “Managing Projects using MS Project 2010 desktop” courseware, a contributor and editor for many reference books, writes the monthly “Ask the Expert” column for the Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG) newsletter, lead writer for the 74-343 MS Project 2013 certification test, a developer of the 70-178 MS Project 2010 certification test, and frequent meeting speaker. Ellen brings a unique combination of licensed teacher, programming background and real world consulting experience to her classes and her clients. See MS Project tips and tricks on her website, www.lehnertcs.com.
Dan Friedrich is President of MPUG Chicago, and CEO/CTO of Friedrich, Klatt and Associates, a Microsoft Silver Certified Partner named Microsoft's Global Partner of the Year in 2007 for Enterprise Project Management for an Earned Value Data Mart solution. His firm specializes in Project Business Intelligence and Complex Program Management solutions. The firm's clients include Fortune 500 firms with some of the largest Project Server implementations, DOE labs, financial services firms, manufacturers, and many of the largest US defense and aerospace contractors. Dan's avocation is comedy sketch writing, directing, and performing, and he is a graduate of the Second City Conservatory and Improv Olympic.
Bryan Quick is the Microsoft Project Solution Specialist serving WI, IL and IN. Prior to joining Microsoft last year, Bryan was a Project user with over 12 years of experience in Project Management and PMO leadership.
About PMI Chicagoland:
PMI-Chicagoland was chartered in 1977 with a membership base of over 4,000, the chapter is one of the largest (6th) and most active chapters in the world. Our programs are focused on serving local project management practitioners, organizations and universities by providing the tools and support needed to embrace, value, and promote success in project management. Chapter members enjoy discounts on events, receive Chicagoland chapter publications, certification information and benefit from resources in professional development, mentoring, networking and community outreach. If you would like to become a member of the Chapter, would like to volunteer or know of someone who would like to join the chapter, please visit our website www.pmi-chicagoland.org.
When & Where
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.