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WebnLearn: How to Tame a Gorilla Program - A Critical Path 2.0 case study at SanDisk

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Tuesday, April 16, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (EDT)

WebnLearn: How to Tame a Gorilla Program - A Critical Path...

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Event Description: 

How can you manage 250 handoffs between 8 subprojects in a 5,000 task program in Microsoft Project?  We scheduled a new product development program at SanDisk (flash memory). This time-to-market company has Critical Paths in their schedules that are resource-constrained; we had to identify the Resource-Critical Path in the program.  Come and find out how we tamed this gorilla…


Learning Objectives: 

After this presentation, participants will:

  • Distinguish between scheduling a standalone project from a subproject in a program
  • Be aware of tools to help schedule resource-constrained integrated programs


About the Presenter: 

Eric Uyttewaal

Eric is one of the foremost experts on project and portfolio management software from Microsoft. He authored the book “Forecast Scheduling with Microsoft Project 2010” and is president of ProjectPro Corp, a company specializing in Microsoft Project and Project Server (www.ProjectProCorp.com).

Eric has been involved in large programs: Canadian Forces Supply System Upgrade, Cognos (IBM) BI Suite release and Northrop Grumman Airplane Upgrade. 

In 2010, Eric was named most valuable professional in Microsoft Project by Microsoft. In 2009, Eric received an award from PMI for his contributions to the scheduling profession. In 1997, he presided over the Ottawa Chapter of PMI. Since 2009, he is president of the MPUG-Ottawa chapter.

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