Project Management Using Microsoft Project 2013

Project Management Using Microsoft Project 2013

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Program Objectives:
By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
  • Practice the foundational skills of project management by following the project lifecycle in compliance with the Project Management Institute (PMI) standards
  • Apply project management tools and techniques to deliver projects on time and within budget
  • Use Microsoft Project as a planning, tracking, controlling and reporting tool
  • Develop a comprehensive project plan, budget and resource management plan and apply critical path analysis using MS Project
  • Identify the capabilities of Microsoft Project in scheduling, costing, resource allocating and analyzing the progress of a project
Who should attend:
Personnel who are interested in managing their projects using Microsoft Project software as a project management tool.
Program Outline
Understanding Projects and Project Management
  • Project Definition
  • Triple Constraints
  • Project Management Processes
  • Project Life Cycle
Starting a New Project 
  • Create a Project File
  • Setting Project Calendar
  • Entering New Tasks
  • Entering Milestones
Scheduling Tasks 
  • Establishing Tasks Dependencies
  • Setting up Task Constraints
  • Entering Recurring Tasks
  • Splitting Tasks
Managing Resources 
  • Adding and Entering Resource Capacity
  • Resource Calendar
  • Assigning Work Resources to Tasks
  • Finding the Right Resource
  • Effort Driven Scheduling
Identifying Critical Path and Resource Allocation
  • Network Diagram
  • Critical Path Analysis
  • Resource Allocation
  • Resource Leveling
Tracking Progress 
  • Saving Project Baseline
  • Tracking Project as Scheduled
  • Entering Task Completion Percentage
  • Rescheduling Incomplete Work
  • Updating Baseline
Organizing and Formatting Project Details 
  • Sorting Project Details
  • Grouping Project Details
  • Filtering Project Details
  • Customizing Tables, Views and Gantt Charts
  • Customizing and Printing Reports
Viewing and Reporting Project Status 
  • Identifying Tasks that Have Slipped
  • Examining Task Costs
  • Spotlight Report
  • Working with Visual Reports
  • Getting Project Back on Track
Consolidating Projects and Resources 
  • Creating Resource Pool
  • Linking Projects to Resource Pool
  • Consolidating Project plans
  • Creating Dependencies between Projects
Earned Value Method
  • Understanding Variance
  • Earned Value Formula and Calculations​​

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Date And Time

2021-03-13 @ 09:00 AM to
02:00 PM
 

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