Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solution provides organizations with the flexibility they need to centralize time capture, streamline processes, automate task management, and increase the accuracy of project forecasting. It also provides organizations with a comprehensive scheduling system with familiar and flexible capabilities to support both the occasional and the professional project manager.
Workshop Overview:The purpose of this workshop is to impart competency to Project Managers to effectively use Microsoft Project Server 2010 in managing Enterprise Projects.
- Project Server 2010 and PWA
- Build and Manage Enterprise Projects
- Project Teams and Assignment Management
- Costing and S-Curve
- Network Optimization, Schedule Base lining
- Manage Project Baselines
- Publishing and Tracking Projects
- Business Intelligence & Reporting
Instructor led - Fully Hands-on workshop
The detailed course outline is listed below.
The above course structure is tailored for Project Managers who will be responsible for planning, resourcing, costing, base lining, publishing, tracking & reporting projects using the Microsoft Project Server 2010.
Basic understanding of Project professional 2010/2007 & Systems training on Project Management (PMBOK/PRINCE2) will be an added advantage.
This course can be customized to the customer’s environment, business logic and constraints.
Duration and Time
This course needs a dedicated commitment of Three days
Time: Daily from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Detailed Course Outline:
|1||Introduction to Project Server 2010|
|2||Project Server 2010 Enterprise Process Flow|
|3||Working with Project Web App user interface|
|4||Working with Project Professional 2010 interface and new features|
|5||Create, Save, Open, enterprise projects|
|6||Add resources to a project|
|7||Project costing in Project Server 2010|
|8||Critical Path Analysis and Network Optimization|
|9||Base lining and publishing enterprise projects|
|10||Project Deliverables & workspace sync|
|11||Project task tracking & methods|
|12||Variance Analysis & Visual Indicators|
|13||Handling PWA personal settings|
|14||Working with Risks, Issues, and Documents in a Workspace|
|15||Resource Center – Availability, Over allocation, Views|
|16||Demand Management & Workflow usage|
|17||Business Intelligence Center Reporting|