English | March 16, 2012 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B007LB75PO | 92 Pages | AZW3 | 4.82 MB
Learn how to use Microsoft Project to build a schedule in 10 easy steps!
Stop struggling with the Microsoft Project learning curve and start building useful project schedules!
In this Microsoft Project 2010 tutorial, you will learn:How to effectively build a project scheduleHow to apply mind mapping to define scopeHow to manage schedule risk with project buffersResource level with confidence without drastically altering your end datesHow to apply Microsoft Project's Timeline viewDevelop schedules with Manually Scheduled task and Auto Scheduled task modes
At the completion of this tutorial, you will have the skills to build a project schedule that you can rely on for any size project. Each step in our tactical technique includes easy to follow screen shots and instructions to develop a project schedule you can rely on.
As project managers, you don't have time to wade through a 300 page document to build a project schedule. You've got projects to deliver! Using this technique, you'll quickly learn how to build a project schedule and can get started delivering your project!
For years, Dr. Andrew Makar, PMP has shared effective lessons learned and Microsoft Project tips to help managers improve their project management skills. Each of his Microsoft Project tutorials are founded in solid project management theory and proven actual practice. Just a few comments from past customers
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