In this course you will learn:
Best practices to help the organization be successful with Project Portfolio Management (PPM) utilizing Microsoft Project and Project Online.
The purpose of Proactive PPM is to: Build and Maintain a schedule that reflects the true intention (scope and time) AND actual progress to date for the project, Plan and track costs on the project, Continuously identify and manage staffing needs, to ensure realistic workloads, Clearly communicate work and priorities to you and other team members, Provide accurate forecasting of remaining effort and durations as well as identify variances BEFORE it is too late for corrective action.
Course Cost doesn't include the cost of the courseware. This course to run is subject to a minimum enrollment. This course may run as a virtual instructor live on line class if the minimum enrollment is not met. For more information, please contact email@example.com or call 207-775-0244.
Basic familiarity with modern user interfaces as well as rudimentary skills using advanced websites.
Key Concepts critical to the understanding of Project Online and Proactive PPM.
Project schedule reflects the "contract" and scope of work that the project team members have agreed to deliver and that the student is on the team and knows how to do their job.
For ease of learning, class will use "Microsoft PPM" as an umbrella term to describe the overall solution comprised of Microsoft Project (on the desktop) as well as Project Online (Project