Project Management Professionals and senior team members use multiple tools to plan, manage and track their projects or tasks being assigned to their team members. In today’s world, manual mode of management for mission critical projects is passé. Also, projects which go through constant churn with multiple change requests, frequent resource movement or change in requirement, demand usage of project management tools.
Simultaneously, project management professional and senior team members are constantly asked to justify on the project funding needs and are also asked to have correct projections for the future based on past performance.
In such scenarios, multiple software tools are available for project time, cost, quality, scope and resource management. Among them, Microsoft Project 2010, offered by Microsoft Corporation, is the one of the most widely used tools.
Keeping in mind of such needs of professionals and organizations, Global Impeccable has launched a 2 day classroom program on Microsoft Project 2010.
Here, with the help of Microsoft Project 2010, we cover:
Project Integration Management
Project Scope Management
Project Time Management
Project Cost Management
Project Resource Management
Project Communication Management
Project Stakeholder Management
Other techniques, practices offered by MS Project
In this course, the participants will come to know on:
How to set up MS Project
How to create a Project Plan with various types of Tasks, Resources
How to manage, monitor and control Project Plans with various Techniques such as CPM, EVM, Lead/Lag techniques, Forward/Backward Pass techniques, Variances, Compression Techniques, Single/Multiple Baseline or Interim plans
How to communicate with stakeholders with multiples reports such as Timeline, In-built reporting, Custom reporting, Grouping
How to manage change requests and bottlenecks in a project plan
Applying Compression Techniques – Crashing and Fast Tracking
Setting/Clearing Project Baseline
Project Baseline Views and Analysis
Duration, Work, Cost, Start/Finish Date Variances
Managing Multiple Baselines
Formatting and Viewing Multiple Baselines
Module – 9: Project Critical Path Management
Understanding Critical Path Method (CPM)
Setting Critical Path – Options
Viewing and Analyzing Critical Path
Float/Slack – Free Float, Total Float
Forward Pass, Backward Pass Techniques
Project Visualization – Early Start (ES), Late Start (LS), Early Finish (EF), Late Finish(LF) and, Various Slacks
Module – 10: Tracking Project Plan
Tracking Gantt Chart
Updating Project Tasks
Rescheduling Uncompleted Work
Tracking Project Variances
Rescheduling the Entire Project
Module – 11: Project Earned Value Management
Project Earned Value Measurement (EVM)
EVM Terms and Terminologies
EVM in MS Project
Various Earned View Tables
Setting Earned Value Options – Global
Module – 12: Organizing and Formatting Project Details
Sorting – Built-in
Grouping – Built-in, Custom, Interval
Filtering – Built-in, Auto/Ad-Hoc, Custom
Module – 13: Communicating Project Plan
Formatting Table Area
Formatting Multiple Bars
Formatting All Bars At Once
Reporting Via Timeline View
Project Visual Reports
Project Picture Report
Project Built-in Reports
Creating Custom Reports
Module – 14: Closing Project Plan
Setting Milestones to 100% Complete
Inactive Unnecessary Tasks
Compare Final Plan with Baseline
Save Project Plan as a Template
Any Individual who uses Microsoft tools for routine work, business and services can opt for the course.
It facilitates to apply Microsoft skills in the projects and management reporting.
All project Managers, Project Leads, Analysts, Quality Check analyst, IT managers, and Project Directors in all the industries including:
Banking and Finance
Manufacturing and others
This course is intended for experienced Project Team member, Project Managers, Project Leads, Test Leads, QA Engineers, Quality Heads, Testing Engineers, Systems Analysts, and Project Managers, Architects, Program Managers, Pre-sales, Account Managers and schedulers. These individuals are involved in or responsible for scheduling, estimating, coordinating, controlling, budgeting, and staffing of projects and supporting other users of Microsoft Project. A familiarity with key project management concepts and terminology is recommended as well as basic Windows navigation skills.
MSP training will help to enhance skills and to gain knowledge on current management tool and learn Microsoft skills.
Training slides handout/Courseware for reference.
PMI certified 16 PDUs towards CCR for existing PMP Certified professionals
A baseline to managing projects using MS Project 2007/2010 with Exercises, Case Study & Handouts.
A Trial version of MS Project 2010, if needed.
We will provide 16 PDU’s certificate post completion of classroom training.