Charu Behl

5 months 1 week ago

Categories: Critical Path, MS Project, Project Management

Recently, I received a call from one of our customers saying that she can’t see her critical path. This problem is quite common in complex schedules. In this blog I would like to share some quick troubleshooting techniques.

Tony Zink
Tony Zink

5 months 1 week ago

Categories: Project Server, Project Online, SharePoint

Want to spruce up your Microsoft Project Server or Microsoft Project Online implementation and give it a bit more curb appeal?

Here are some things you can do make your Microsoft PPM system look more appealing and useful to everyone using it:

Christopher Vega

5 months 1 week ago

Categories: Trivia Question

The trivia question was asked:

 

When was the first version of Microsoft Project released for Windows?

 

Answer:

 

Christopher Vega

5 months 1 week ago

Categories: Trivia Question

When was the first version of Microsoft Project released for Windows?

 

Leave your answers in the comments below.

 

Dale Howard
Dale Howard

5 months 2 weeks ago

Categories: Enterprise Global

Background

Christopher Vega

5 months 2 weeks ago

Categories: Trivia Question

So, we asked the trivial question:

 

How many versions of Microsoft Project were developed and released for MS DOS?

 

The answer is FOUR.

 

Microsoft released Project V1 in 1984, V2 in 1985, V3 and V4 in 1986.

 

Christopher Vega

5 months 2 weeks ago

Categories: Trivia Question

OK... Time for another EPMA Trivia Question.

 

How many versions of Microsoft Project were developed and released for MS DOS?

 

Leave your answers in the comments below.

Christopher Vega

5 months 3 weeks ago

Categories: PMO

We are now coming close to the end of the process of establishing a PMO within a company. The first five stages of this process in this series, I discussed the following:

  1. Planning the Transition

  2. Creating a PMO Governance

Dale Howard
Dale Howard

5 months 3 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Assign Resources dialog, Quick Access Toolbar

Most people know one method to display the Assign Resources dialog: click the Assign Resources button in the Assignments section of the Resource ribbon.

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