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Leading practices for applying variance data to future projects
Article By Jane Suchan, PMP Last fall, I remodeled my kitchen, spending a lot of time working with a contractor to estimate the cost of cabinets, flooring, appliances, ...
Project 2007
Manage project change with Microsoft Office Project 2007
Article By Bonnie Biafore Change is about the only constant over the life of a project.      Regardless of how well you plan, within a few nanoseconds of starting a pro...
Project 2007
Watch this: Add a deliverable
Article Show All Hide All You can identify deliverables (deliverable: A tangible and measurable result, outcome, or item that must be produced to complete a project or ...
Project 2007
A short course in project management
Article Microsoft Office Project 2007 Step by Step By Carl Chatfield and Timothy Johnson Carl Cha tfield is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with exten...
Project 2007, Project 2003
A talk with Bonnie Biafore on tracking project variances
Article Bonnie Biafore is a Project Management Institute (PMI)-certified Project Management Professional (PMP). She is a consultant, trainer, speaker, and award-winning...
Project 2007
Work on a project offline
Article Show All Hide All Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007 enables you to work on a project plan (plan: A schedule of task start and finish dates and resource...
Project 2007
Use schedule buffers to manage change
Article By Bonnie Biafore Bringing a project in on time can be like threading a needle on a sailboat during a typhoon.     The target is tiny and every aspect of your p...
Project 2007
Watch this: Create a project
Article When creating a project, you can set specific project and file properties. In this demo, I create a new project, set a finish date for the project, choose a sta...
Project 2007
Establish and manage the project stakeholders list
Article By Jane Suchan, PMP So just what is a project stakeholder?      There are many definitions, and they vary from source to source and company to company. All sugg...
Project 2007
Increase performance using variance thresholds in Office Project 2007
Article By Bonnie Biafore Comparing cost and schedule variances to set project thresholds is a great way to track performance and obtain early warnings about slippage a...
Project 2007
Import a project to Project Server
Article Show All Hide All Using the Import Project Wizard, you can set up an existing project file on Microsoft Office Project Server 2007.  Note    Before you can impo...
Project 2007
Watch this: Create a project from an existing project
Article If you have a project that went particularly well, you can use that project as the basis for a new project plan. In this demo, I create a new project by basing ...
Project 2007
Use the Project Guide to start a new project
Article Microsoft Office Project provides a Project Guide with easy-to-follow instructions to help you set up a new project.  Tip    You can also use the Project Guide ...
Project 2007
Create a model for your project using Project 2007
Article Microsoft Office Project 2007 Inside Out By Teresa S. Stover Teresa S. Stover is a project management expert who has consulted with the Microsoft Office Project...
Project 2007
Drive the marketing and product requirements process
Article By Mike Gospe There is an art to managing the dynamics of a product team      — especially when drafting the market requirements document (MRD) and product requ...
Project 2007
Document projects using Project 2007
Article Microsoft Office Project 2007 Inside Out By Teresa S. Stover Teresa S. Stover is a project management expert who has consulted with the Microsoft Office Project...
Project 2007
Use templates in Project 2007
Article Show All Hide All Why are Microsoft Office Project 2007 templates so complex and specific to different industries? This can be especially confusing when the tem...
Project 2007, Project Server 2007
Why can't I create an administrative project in Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007?
Article Administrative projects can no longer be created in Microsoft Office Project 2007. Instead, you can track non-project time by using timesheets in Microsoft Offi...
Project 2007
Why can't I save my project as a Web page?
Article Show All Hide All Microsoft Office Project 2007 does not support the ability to save a project file as a Web page. Instead, you can save a project as a more fle...
Project 2007
Watch this: Up to speed with Project 2007
Article This video series is designed to help you learn about using Microsoft Office Project 2007 to manage your projects. Part 1: An overview of basic elements Watch t...
Project 2007
Opening Project MPP files from different versions
Article Use Microsoft Project with previous versions.
Project 2010, Project 2007...
How your project fits into the big picture
Article Show All Hide All You’d think managing a project would be a fairly straightforward process: identify the project’s tasks, assign some people to do the work, fig...
Project 2007
A talk with Lonnie Pacelli on introducing change management to your project team
Article Lonnie Pacelli is a business owner, consultant, and author with over 20 years of experience in project management. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies incl...
Project 2007
Why can't I save my project to a database server?
Article In Microsoft Office Project 2007, you cannot save projects by using Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) . This includes saving your project to an Oracle or Micros...
Project 2007
Develop practical, achievable, and believable quality standards
Article By Lonnie Pacelli One of my former clients had a large IT organization dedicated to quality management. The chief information officer mandated that every projec...
Project 2007
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