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Rolling Wave Planning Using Microsoft Project 2010

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Rolling WaveUncertainty is the number one enemy of planning, most of the times, projects cannot be planned precisely due to lack of information and time, using the Rolling Wave Planning technique will enable you to thoroughly plan short term activities and re-plan the project phases, work packages, and activities as they become clearer, Microsoft Project 2010 Manual Scheduling new feature provides great flexibility that makes Rolling Wave Planning practical, easy and efficient

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Free 7-Day Online Tour of Microsoft EPM 2010

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Free EPM 2010 Tour Get your hands on Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) 2010 by registering to a free 7-day online tour provided by Corporate Project Solutions, you will be able to try selected features of Microsoft Project Professional 2010 and Microsoft EPM 2010 by following a structured walkthroughs and accessing remote servers right from your browser, unless you have a very powerful machine, this free tour will get you started with EPM 2010

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Microsoft Project Does Not Make a Project Manager

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ms project 2010 Through the years I have seen many people who use Microsoft Project (aka project management software) and claim they are project managers, I have also seen PMP certified people who don’t know the basics of Microsoft Project, and sadly I have seen project managers who are managing projects and don’t know the theory nor the software!

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Brand Conversation with Al Taee

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Brand Conversation_Mic I have been honoured to get a great brand conversation with Mohammed Al Taee, Mohammed is an enthusiastic entrepreneur who is specialized in personal branding and social media, he had brand conversations with many celebrities such as Seth Godin, our conversation was centred around project management, you can read the full conversation here

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PERT using Microsoft Project

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PERT ChartPERT is a technique to depict project activities and to calculate duration of each activity keeping uncertainty/risk in mind, PERT (Program Evaluation and Review Technique) was first develop in fifties (1950s), as a method to estimate activity duration, it is often referred to as PERT Chart, PERT uses indeterministic methodology to calculate duration, by trying to anticipate three estimates, worst case scenario represented by pessimistic value or longest duration an activity will take to finish, best case scenario represented by optimistic value or shortest duration an activity will take to finish, third factor is the most likely estimate, the 3 factors feed into a formula which takes probability into consideration to calculate the duration of the activity, the formula is:

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