Archana Sukumaran

1 month 2 weeks ago

Categories: Critical Path, Critical Path Theory, Critical Path Example, Project Management

When you enter the Project Management world, you often hear people using the term “critical path”. Somebody new to project management would wonder as what critical path could be, why it is critical and to whom.

Charu Behl

1 month 2 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Videos

In this video you will learn how to use summary tasks effectively to better organize your project.

Dale Howard
Dale Howard

1 month 2 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project Server, MVP

Dale and PrasannaPrasanna Adavi (left) and Dale Howard (right), Microsoft Project MVPs

Christopher Vega

1 month 2 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Videos

In this video you will learn the 3 most common ways to use and insert a milestone in Microsoft Project.

Jennifer Drai

1 month 2 weeks ago

Categories: Critical Path, Microsoft Project 2013, Project Schedule

As experienced Project Managers, we know that a critical path on a project schedule is the longest necessary path of a series of interdependent activities or tasks required for the project to be completed on time or as we refer to it, on schedule.

Lauren Skidmore
Lauren Skidmore

1 month 3 weeks ago

Categories:

EPMA wishes everyone a fun and safe Halloween!

Parthiv Bhuta
Parthiv Bhuta

1 month 3 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project Server, Microsoft Project 2013, Resources, users

It is highly recommended that you do not delete Resource/Users when using a PPM tool such as Microsoft Project because you could potentially lose all the history related to the resource/user.

Lauren Skidmore
Lauren Skidmore

1 month 3 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Training

Tom Henry
Tom Henry

1 month 3 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project

Just a quick tip from me today.  The first thing a Microsoft Project user should do when starting a new project is set up some high level information.  This typically involves setting the project start date, the project calendar and any other project Meta data that needs to be captured.  This qui

Charu Behl

1 month 3 weeks ago

Categories: Project Management, Project Forecasting, Earned Value Management

Earned Value (EV) is a method for measuring project performance.; it combines three parameters: scope, schedule and cost in a single integrated system. Earned Value provides you with a factual way of measuring project performance and predicting project outcomes.

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