Project Management using Microsoft Project

Project Management using Microsoft Project

Learn the Right Skills and the Right Software to Become a Project Manager
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by Mark Lassoff

Are your projects expanding in size and scope faster than you can manage them? Are you starting to work on an enterprise team and need to understand how larger projects work? Have you found yourself unexpectedly taking on the role of project manager? Is your IT career path taking you in the direction of project management?
As IT and development projects get increasingly complex, the role of project manager has become more critical. Whether you're a reluctant project manager trying to improve the output and efficiency of your team, or an aspiring project professional, you're going to find this course extremely helpful. With over 20 years of project management experience, Beth Mosolgo-Clark will be your instructor as you learn the basics of project management, including terminology, techniques, reporting, and costing. At the same time, you'll become familiar with Microsoft Project--the software most commonly used by project professionals.
This course includes hours of video lecture, dozens of project management examples, and samples. You'll find there is no better way to dive into Microsoft Project software and the field of project management!

MODULE 1: Course Introduction

MODULE 2: Basic Project Management Concepts

MODULE 3: Creating Your Project in MS Project

MODULE 4: Creating and Managing Project Tasks

MODULE 5: The Critical Path and Other keys to scheduling project tasks

MODULE 6: Creating and managing project resources

MODULE 7: Calendars

MODULE 8: View and Reports

MODULE 9: Tracking and Managing Project Costs

MODULE 10: Additional Features

MODULE 11: Course Summary

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Mark Lassoff’s parents frequently claim that Mark was born to be a programmer.  In the mid-eighties when the neighborhood kids were outside playing kickball and throwing snowballs, Mark was hard at work on his Commodore 64 writing games in the BASIC programming language.  Computers and programming continued to be a strong interest in college where Mark majored in communication and computer science.  Upon completing his college career, Mark worked in the software and we...More

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