As anyone with experience in the business world can attest, many projects take longer than planned, come in over budget, and deliver fewer benefits than promised. Researchers estimate that as many as 70 percent of projects fail in some critical way. Why is the project failure rate so high? Of course, there are many answers to this question, but one major difference between successful projects and those that fail is the presence of a skilled project manager. Our interactive training course will provide participants with better empathies in managing a project using Microsoft software.
What Is The Training Course Methodology?
This training course methodology depends on enabling participants to interact and exchange experiences, explore their competencies and achieve their career aspirations, using forward-thinking training arts, such as theoretical lectures and/or open discussion to exchange opinions and experiences, scenarios, innovative thinking brainstorming. Participants will receive an agenda including training material as a reference, in addition to some extra notes and booklets.
Who Should Attend This Training Course?
This training course is designed for Project Managers, Construction Managers, Product and Development Managers or personnel dealing with project management. As well as newly assigned Project Leaders and Senior Managers considering the implementation of project management.
What Is The Training Course Objectives?
By the end of this training course, participants will be learn:
The first core and most professional, according to management programs
Ability to represent all project activities within easy schedules, fun checks, and numerous reports extraction
New and simple ways to use MS project tables
Ability to make administrative decisions and reports
Grasp adequate knowledge to track operations and schedules
Boost performance and download reports or any of the other sources
Create monthly financial reports as a guidance for the whole project's budget
What Is The Training Course Curriculum?
Introduction to Project Management
The three Ts: tasks, timing, and task dependencies
MS project new interface
Using the ribbon
Home base: Gantt chart view
Resourceful Views: Resource Sheet and Team Planner
Getting your timing down with the timeline
Going with the flow: network diagram view
Calling up calendar view
Mastering Base, Project, Resource, and Task Calendars
How calendars work
How one calendar relates to another
Calendar options and working times
Setting calendar options
Setting exceptions to working times
Setting the project calendar and other essential project information
Making resource calendar settings
User-Controlled Scheduling: Manual Vs. Automatic
Setting tasks with no duration: milestones
Showing up again and again: recurring tasks
Understanding how constraints work
Setting a deadline
Deleting tasks and using inactive tasks
Making a task note
Saving your project — and your tasks
Task Information in Action: Planning Your Next Space Launch