Did you know that the life of a team can be broken down into 5 steps? Bruce Wayne did. In this session you will be introduced to step 2 of the team forming model, storming.
2 months 3 weeks ago
Categories: Microsoft Project MVP
EPMA is pleased to announce that our Director of Training, Dale Howard, has been renewed as a Microsoft Project Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for 2015. Dale was first awarded the Project MVP title in 2004 and is currently one of approximately 61 Project MVPs in the entire world.
2 months 4 weeks ago
Too often companies, tired of seeing projects fail, decide to purchase and implement a project management software expecting this will solve their projects’ delivery problem altogether. Truth is, a tool by itself is by no means the solution to an existing problem, it is only a part of it.
3 months 1 day ago
Categories: Scope Creep
How many times have we wondered toward the end of our deadline how and when a particular change was accepted?
Last month I blogged about my old friend, the right-mouse button.
In this video I explain how to create a connection from Microsoft Project Professional to a Project Server / Project Online environment.
3 months 1 week ago
Changing Existing Tasks
In the part one of this blog I explained the major difference between Manually Scheduled and Auto Scheduled tasks.
Using Cost Rate Tables
Mickey Cobb is a project team member for projects in the DaleCo organization. As a project team member, she can work in three different roles, and each role carries a different cost rate. You can see her roles and cost rates in the following table.
3 months 1 week ago
Categories: Project Server Security
Recently, I’ve had to explain to various clients how to turn on Project Server’s Security Mode after they upgraded to Project Server 2013.
Have you ever wanted to know how many Custom fields you have in your system, when they were created or what is the data type of each one?
You can get a full list of all the Custom fields that you have in the system using a simple query as shown below.