TechNet Webcast: Microsoft Office Project 2010 Enhanced Project Management (Level 200)
TechNet Webcast: Microsoft Office Project 2010 Enhanced Project Management (Level 200)
Event ID: 1032432979
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Microsoft Project.
Audience(s): IT Decision Maker and IT Implem_IT Generalist.

Discover how you can do more, better, faster, and cost effectively, by taking advantage of the new features in Microsoft Office Project 2010. In this webcast, we discuss how advanced new features in Project 2010 help you to better manage, control, and progress dynamic project schedules with amazing ease and simplicity. Learn how confusion between buttons and toolbars is eliminated in Project 2010 thanks to the Ribbon feature, which adds value and simplicity while greatly expanding customizability. Other Project 2010 topics we cover include:


  • Core time-saving functional changes.
  • Converting Microsoft Office Excel super users with top-down and open-ended planning.
  • Modeling custom lists while retaining planning history with inactive tasks.
  • New methods for forecasting with additional scheduling engine features.

 

  
 

     

Presenter: Tim Runcie, President, Advisicon

Tim Runcie, the president of Advisicon and a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Microsoft Office Project, has more than 15 years of experience in creating project management solutions for information systems and 12 years of construction project portfolio management experience. His overall background has been in project portfolio planning, and he has guided organizations to successfully manage competing initiatives using scarce resources, fixed budgets, and interconnected schedules. Tim is particularly adept at teaching and establishing project methodologies that are adopted into the project management culture of organizations and creating custom tools to expedite and automate the project management process.

 

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