Project Management using MS Project


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Course Objectives

This course represents the first core and the most professional, according to management programs to represent all project activities within easy schedules fun check numerous reports extraction and way Microsoft's easy and close to the users of Microsoft, making it easier to deal with program

Easily and simple way tables and easy to check the ability to make administrative decisions, reports and adequate to track operations schedules as well as the performance and download reports on individuals or any of the other sources and of course the monthly financial reports or advise you on the project''''s budget as a whole

Course Modules

Module 1: Introduction to Project Management

  • The three Ts: Tasks, timing, and task dependencies
  • Getting Started
  • MS Project New Interface
  • Using the Ribbon
  • Changing views
  • Home base: Gantt chart view
Module 2: The 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
  • Customizing Views 

Module 3: 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
  • Modifying Task
  • Calendars
  • Making Resource Calendar Settings

Module 4: User-Controlled Scheduling: Manual versus Automatic

  • Setting tasks with no duration: Milestones
  • Showing up again and again: Recurring tasks
  • Understanding how constraints work 
  • Establishing constraints
  • Setting a deadline
  • Deleting Tasks and Using Inactive Tasks
  • Making a Task Note
  • Saving Your Project and Your Tasks

Module 5: Task Information in Action: Planning Your Next Space Launch

  • Summary Tasks and Subtasks
  • Cracking the WBS Code
  • Adding the missing (dependency) link
  • Extending your reach with external dependencies
  • Taking a Look at the Task Dependencies
  • Resources: People, Places, and Things
  • Becoming Resource-Full
  • Resource types: Work, material, and cost
  • Sharing Resources
  • Predesigned filters
  • Putting AutoFilter to work
  • Rescheduling the Project

Module 6: All about Baselines

  • What does a baseline look like?
  • Entering fixed-cost updates
  • Filtering
  • Examining the critical path

Module 7: Creating a Visual Report

  • Formatting reports
  • Call the Printer!
  • Working with Page Setup
  • Get a preview
  • So Let’s Print!

Module 8: A Project Overview

  • Viewing Project Information
  • Sending Task Work Updates
  • Sending Status Reports

Target Audience

Project managers, construction managers , product development managers or any person who is dealing with project management. Many other persons can benefit from this course, such as newly assigned project leaders, senior managers considering the implementation of project management.

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