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- The QPM Team
The work breakdown structure provides a mechanism for keeping the project in scope by specifying the outcomes of the project – the deliverables – instead of the schedule or individual tasks. Learn how real project managers have used these proven techniques to keep their teams focused on project goals instead of getting lost in the details. Use Microsoft Project and WBS Director to make it happen.
This course takes the mystery out of Earned Value Management. If you want to improve your ability to predict your estimate at completion, you need to follow some fundamental principles when building your project schedule. This seminar focuses on the key concepts you need to know rather than the complexity of compliance reporting.
Instead of creating long lists of ideas that are difficult to manage, learn to use Innovation Director to quickly find and capitalize on the ideas that rise to the top. Innovation is driving much of our current work load so we would like to share with you some of the ways in which we are using Microsoft SharePoint and Project Server to help our customers leverage their resources.
Come and learn how easy it is to create project plans "the right way" using Microsoft Project 2010, so you can manage your projects more effectively. Some of the topics covered include tool overview, task dependencies and constraints, resource assignment, baselines, timelines and handy tips and tricks. Whether you’re an occasional or a seasoned project manager, we guarantee you'll learn something new!
In real life not everything goes according to schedule. Attend this session and learn how to use project task types and resource types to make your schedule closely map to reality. Then learn to incorporate change into your project plan by keeping good baseline data, the power of critical path analysis, correctly making schedule updates and rescheduling tasks. Learn how these capabilities help you predict the project’s future and reduce your delivery risk.
The possibilities for scheduling within Microsoft Project are limited by your imagination and the needs of your business. Learn to create calculated fields that automatically track key performance metrics, create enhanced reports, work with master/sub-projects and much more!
Join the QuantumPM experts as they take you through their top five tips to keep your project server environment in excellent health. They will share some of the good, bad and ugly issues we’ve seen and let you in on some of our secrets for preventing and eliminating these problems. Tips include both Project Server and Project Professional best practices.
Review the reporting capabilities within Project Server including the Project Center, Resource Center and the Business Intelligence Center. Enhanced reporting capabilities will focus on Dashboards, Excel services, Performance Point services and SQL Server Reporting services.
Learn about the task and time reporting submission process in Project Server. Topics to be discussed include single entry mode, Prerequisite server settings, new UI capabilities, submitting time options, tracking methods, administrative tasks and approvals.
Available for groups upon request
Soliciting and successfully eliciting ideas from your employees for the first time is not an easy proposition. There are many potential stumbling blocks to the vision of "large numbers of directly applicable ideas" that we all want immediately. Planning is important and the experience to the employee is important. To initiate innovation, make the first experience more entertaining and use some party planning techniques.
Understand Portfolio Management in Project Server including how to review and adjust the portfolio alignment, set up portfolio analysis, prioritize business drivers, prioritize projects, analyze what-If scenarios, analyze resource requirements, adjust project start dates and analyze resource acquisition scenarios.