Definitions and concepts critical to schedule development and management.
Understanding Project Online, Project Professional (Project Pro), and Project Web App (PWA)
Includes creating projects, setting Project Options, and understanding Publishing.
Defining your Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and creating your schedule model tasks and links.
Deep dive on CPM, analyzing paths, assigning and managing resources, and applying costs
Setting baselines, working with Master Projects, and Project Site collaboration
Includes entering and approving status using Timesheets and Tasks status, impact analysis and corrective action, and Gantt, Timeline, and Dashboard reporting.
Includes editing in PWA, user delegation, and checking in projects.
The primary author, Bridget Fleming, has been working in project management and scheduling for over 30 years, and with Microsoft Project for more than 20 years. She ran a Microsoft Project and Project Server help desk for a Fortune 100 company for over 15 years.
Bridget is serving as the Chair of the international team developing the PMI® Practice Standard for Scheduling – Third Edition. Bridget has her Project Management Professional (PMP®), and PMI-Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP®) certifications from PMI, and is a Microsoft Certified Professional in Microsoft Project.
Through her experience, she has incorporated best scheduling practices in all of her Microsoft Project and Project Online/Project Server training, webinars, consulting engagements, and now an e-book, to provide a practical approach to building and managing projects.