Welcome to Microsoft Project and PMI - PMBOK - "Better together" learning portal
This web site is designed to save you time and make you look famous amongst your peers. It’s also designed to give you that quick reference that will enable you to drill down into the new Microsoft Project 2010 ribbon and perform your duties as a Project Manager or Schedule Professional. For those of you who are on the go and dont have time to read the text we have a video. For those who are getting aquainted with Microsoft Project there will be an exercise, including all the files you'll need.
Take a look, I’m sure it will expand your understanding!
This web site is organized around 10 Learning & Cross reference Sections -
- Home where Project Management is discussed
- Microsoft Project Basics - where "common" Microsoft command are discussed and demonstrated.
- Microsoft Project - Where the Ribbon Commands and Options are discussed and demonstrated
- PMI - PMBOK Guide and its Knowledge area which are aligned to Microsoft Project are discussed and demonstrated.
- PMI SP Certificate- Schedule Professional details are mapped back to MS Project Features and Functions - Commands and Options.
- Microsoft Project - MTCS Certification readiness is discussed and alinged to Microsoft Projects Commands and Options.
- Standard Schedule Template - Given all the Commands and Options within Microsoft Project, what ones should the project manager / Schedule professional use as their "starter set"?
- SP Agile - with the new PMI certification, what commands and options should the Project manager / Shedule professional be considering.
- Prince2 - Project Managers / Schedule Professionals with this credential should be considering these Microsoft Project Commands and Options.
- Other Stuff - it what would normally be associated with an Appendix within a publication it included the Microsoft Project Specification, Using Quick Keys and the Old Menu commands and the New Ribbon Command cross reference to name just three...
We hope you enjoy the information and examples on the use of Microsoft Project and how it relates back to the PMI - PMBOK Guide. As in "Better together; the perfect marriage".