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Managing Projects using Microsoft Project 2010 Desktop

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Success Factors to Project Management What is a Project? Project Management Software Why use Microsoft Project 2010? Formulate a Strategy Success Checklist Exploring the Ribbon What is the Ribbon? Task Tab

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Project management
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Microsoft Project
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Resource Tab


Project Tab


View Tab


Format Tab


File Tab (Backstage) Task Tab


Exploring the Project 2010 Views


What is a View?


Task Views


Resource Views


Combining Views


Understand the success factors for your project schedule.


Understand the Project 2010 ribbon.


Understand Project 2010 views.


This module explains how to initialize a project schedule prior to performing any work on your schedule. Lessons presented in this module will review how calendars work in Project and how to create and configure calendars. You will review the difference between duration and work/effort and understanding how they drive your project scheduling. You will also learn how to create project schedules from various methods.


Creating and Configuring Calendars


How Calendars work in Project 2010


Creating a Base Calendar


Setting Working Hours and Days


Setting Calendar Options


Setting Non-Working Hours and Days


Setting Calendar Options


Saving the Base Calendar to the Global Template


Configuring Schedule/Display Options


Understanding Duration vs. Work / Effort


What is Effort Driven Scheduling?


Understanding Task Types


Setting Schedule Options


Setting Display and General Options


Creating and Saving a Project Schedule


Creating a New Project Schedule


Adding Project Information


Creating a Schedule from an Excel Workbook


Creating a Schedule from a SharePoint Task List


Importance of Naming Standards


Saving the Schedule


Setting Read-Only and Password Attributes


Save and Send Options


Create a Schedule from an Excel Workbook


Add Project Information


Save Project Schedule with Read-Only and Password Attributes


Create a new project schedule.


Add project information.


Create a schedule from an Excel workbook.


Create a schedule from a SharePoint task List.


Understand the importance of naming standards.


Set read-only and password attributes.


Save the schedule.


Understand Save and Send options.


This module describes working with a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). Lessons presented in this module will review what a WBS is and why it is important. You will then create the WBS by entering tasks and estimating task lengths. You will also learn to set milestones and applying milestone filters.


Overview of the WBS


What is a WBS?


Task categories


Best Practices


Creating the Work Breakdown Structure


Entering Tasks


Working with Task Information


Outlining Tasks into a Hierarchy


Displaying Outline Numbers & WBS


Customizing WBS Codes


Estimating Task Lengths


Overview of Estimating


Entering Estimates


Entering Milestones


How to Set a Milestone


Apply Milestone Filters


Best Practices


Add New Tasks


Outline Tasks into Phases


Display the WBS Column


Add Durations to Tasks


Create Milestones and Test Milestone Filter


Understand what a Work Breakdown Structure is.


Best practices of creating a WBS.


Entering tasks and creating a hierarchy.


Overview of estimating task lengths.


Understand what a milestone is and how it may be used.


This module describes how to task relationships work in a project schedule. Lessons presented in this module will explain the difference between automatic and manual scheduling and when to use them. You will work with task dependencies, understanding predecessors and how they work. You will also know the difference between leads and lags and when to use them.


Automatic vs. Manual Scheduling


Scheduling Overview


Manual vs. Automatic Scheduling


When to Use Manual Scheduling


Setting Scheduling Options


Adjusting Tasks in Manual Mode


Working with Dependencies


Task Dependency Types


Creating Dependencies


Viewing Dependencies


Best Practices for Using Dependencies


Understanding Leads and Lags


What is Lead Time?


What is Lag Time?


Best Practices


Change Task Scheduling from Automatic to Manual


Add Text to Fields


Viewing Successors


Creating Finish-to-Start Task Dependencies


Creating Dependencies between Phases


Editing Existing Dependencies


Add Lag Time


Add Lead Time


Understand scheduling.


Know the features of manual and automatic scheduling.


Know when to use manual and automatic scheduling.


Set scheduling options.


This module describes how to work with advanced task information. Lessons presented in this module will explain task constraints and what actions create constraints automatically. You will learn about task deadlines, task form views. You will also learn how to split tasks and how to use the Task Inspector to examine your tasks to make suggestions.


Working with Task Constraints


What are Constraints?


Constraint Types


Actions that Create Automatic Constraints


Advanced Task Management


Task Deadlines


Using the Task Inspector


Using Task Form Views


Adding Notes to Tasks


Applying a Calendar to a Task


Splitting Tasks


Working with Timescale


Add Start—No-Earlier Than Constraint (SNET)


Add Finish-No-Later Than Constraint (FNLT)


Add Total Slack Column


Add a Task Deadline


Remove Summary Task Constraint


Add a Calendar to a Task


Add a Note to a Task


Use the Task Inspector


Working with Timescale


Work with task constraints.


Understand advanced task management techniques.


This module describes how to create resources in your project schedule. Lessons presented in this module will explain the different resource types and how to create them. You will also learn how to assign material, cost and budget resources to the project schedule.


Resource Types


Work Resources


Cost Resources


Material Resources


Budget Resources


Creating Work and Material Resources


Creating a Work Resource


Resource Information – General


Resource Information – Costs


Resource Information – Notes and Custom Fields


Inserting Resources


Creating a Material Resource


Assigning Material, Cost and Budget Resources


Assign a Cost Resource


Assign a Material Resource


Assign a Budget Resource


Create a Work Resource


Modify a Resource Calendar


Create a Generic Resource


Create a Material Resource


Create a Cost Resource


Create a Budget Cost Resource


Create a Budget Work Resource


Bulk Import Resources


Assign a Cost Resource


Assign a Material Resource


Assign Budget Resources


Understand resource types.


Create resources: work, cost, budget and material.


Assign cost, budget and material resources.


This module describes how to assign and level work resources against a project schedule. Lessons presented in this module will explain what an assignment is and how create various assignments. You will learn about factors that affect assignments and how to view resource assignments. You will also learn how to view and resolve resource allocations using manual and automatic resource leveling.


Overview of Assignments


What is an Assignment


Assignment Formula


How to Create Assignments


Creating Fixed Unit Assignments


Creating Fixed Duration Assignments


Creating Fixed Work Tasks


Factors that Affect Assignments


Percentage Complete


Assignment Units and Peak Units Values


Resource Calendar


Delaying an Assignment


Rules for Creating Assignments


Best Practices


Resolving Resource Overallocations


Understanding Overallocations


Views to Identify Overallocations


Leveling Resources – Project Manager


Leveling Resources – Microsoft Project


Creating Fixed Unit Assignments


Creating Fixed Duration Assignments


Creating Fixed Work Assignments


Assigning Resources Using Percentage


Adding Additional Resources


Assigning Resources with Variable Units


Add Vacation Time


Delaying an Assignment


Working with Resource Usage View


Working with Task Usage View


Working with Team Planner View


Assign Resources to Tasks


Identify Overallocations using the Resource Sheet


Identify Overallocations using Resource Usage


Modify the Predecessor of a Task


Reviewing Changes


Using Automatic Leveling


Understand task types and effort-driven concepts.


Understand what is an assignment.


Understand the scheduling formula.


Create fixed units assignments.


Create fixed duration assignments.


Create fixed work assignments.


This module describes how to review and finalize the project schedule. Lessons presented in this module will explain what are groups and filters and how to use them. You will learn the Critical Path Method and how to format and view the critical path of a project schedule. You will also learn about project baselines and how to set and update a baseline.


Working with Groups and Filters


What are Groups?


How to Use Groups


What are Filters?


How to Use Filters


How to Use Highlights


How to Use AutoFilter


Understanding the Critical Path Method


What is a Critical Path?


Formatting Views to Display Critical Path


Setting Slack Tolerance


Shortening the Critical Path


Setting a Project Baseline


What is a Baseline


Fields Used in Setting a Baseline


Setting the Baseline


Updating a Baseline


Views Using Baseline Data


Appendix


Appendix A – Default Groups


Appendix B – Default Filters


Formatting Views to Display Critical Path


Setting Slack Tolerance


Shortening the Critical Path


Migrating Settings by using Windows Easy Transfer


Configuring a Reference Image of Windows 7


Configuring a Reference Image


Setting the Baseline


Viewing the Tracking Gantt


Adding Baseline Data to Usage and Resource Views


Filter and group schedule data.


Understand and exam the critical path.


Set the schedule baseline.


This module describes how to track and update a project schedule. Lessons presented in this module will explain tracking and how to use the various tracking methods. You will learn how to update milestones, material and cost resources. You will also learn about project status and how to update the project status.


Overview of Tracking Projects


What is Tracking?


Tracking Methods


Options that Affect Tracking


Best Practices of Tracking


Tracking Projects


Preparing a Task to be Tracked


Using Percent Complete


Using Task Level Tracking – Task Duration


Using Task Level Tracking – Task Work


Using Resource Level Tracking – Task Details


Using Resource Level Tracking – Resource Usage


Updating Milestones, Material and Cost Resources


Updating Milestones


Updating Material Resources


Updating Cost Resources


Updating Project Status


Overview of the Tracking Cycle


Setting a Status Date


Rescheduling Incomplete Work


Getting the Project Back on Track


Preparing Tasks to be Updated


Track Using Percent Complete


Using Task Level Tracking – Task Duration


Using Task Level Tracking – Task Work


Using Resource Level Tracking – Task Details


Using Resource Level Tracking – Resource Details


Update Milestones using the Tracking Gantt


Update Material Resources using the Task Details Form


Update Cost Resource using the Task Details Form


Entering a Status Date


Rescheduling Incomplete Work


Understand tracking and tracking methods.


Enter tracking data for work resources.


Update costs, materials and milestone tasks.


Reschedule incomplete work.


This module describes managing multiple projects and resource pools. Lessons presented in this module will explain what a resource pool is and how to create and share them with other users. You will learn about linking multiple projects and analyzing the effects of changing values in one project. You will also learn about master projects, how to create them and how to insert sub-projects.


Linking Multiple Projects


 Overview of Multiple Projects


 Cross-Linking Projects


 Analyzing the Effects of Changing Values


Working with Master and Sub-Projects


 Overview of Master Projects


 Creating a Master Project and Inserting Sub-Projects


 Leveling Resources Across Projects


Working with Resource Pools


 What is a Resource Pool?


 Creating a Resource Pool


 How to Share Resources across Multiple Projects


 Viewing Resource Usage in the Resource Pool


Appendix A – Customizing Project 2010 Features


Customizing the User Interface


 Customize the Quick Access Toolbar


 Customizing the Ribbon


 Exporting/Importing the Customization Files


Customizing Formats and Styles


 Overview on Custom Formats and Styles


 Customizing Gantt Views


 Customizing Timeline Views


Working with the Organizer


 What is an Object and Available Objects


 Define Settings in Organizer


 Using the Organizer to Share Objects


Creating Custom Objects


 Creating a Custom Field


 Creating a Custom Filter


 Creating a Custom Group


 Creating a Custom Table


 Creating a Custom View


Appendix B – Communicating Project Information


Defining Print Settings


 Print Settings


 Define Page Setup


 Working with Copy Picture to Office Wizard


Working with Project Reports


 Selecting Project Reports


 Editing Project Reports


 Creating Custom Project Reports


Working with Visual Reports


 Overview of Visual Reports


 Anatomy of a Pivot Table


 Viewing Visual Reports


 Creating Visual Report Templates


Collaborating Project Information


 Export Project Table to Excel


 Publish a Project to a SharePoint List


 Import a SharePoint List into Project


Create a Cross Project Link


Insert a Sub-Project into a Master Project


Create a Resource Pool


Add Resources to the Resource Pool


Share the Resource Pool


Link multiple projects.


Work with resource pools.


Create master projects.



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