Project Online implementers taking this intensive 2-day course learn how to properly configure and maintain Project Online using both Project Professional and the Project Web App interface. Administrators also learn how to manage the integration points between Project Online and SharePoint Server, as well as how to configure project collaboration sites and Power BI features. Learn from instructors who have real-world experience in deploying Project Online across many industries.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
Understand Project Online terminology and core system components
Describe the project communication life cycle used with Project Online
Understand the administration interface in Project Web App
Create a Project Online login account in Project Professional
Configure custom enterprise fields, Lookup Tables, and calendars
Configure the Project Online demand and lifecycle management features and understand how they are used in an overall Portfolio Management process
Add resources to the Enterprise Resource Pool
Specify the initial configuration options for Project Online
Configure time and task tracking settings
Configure Project Online security using Groups and Categories
Import enterprise templates and existing projects into Project Online
Create custom views in both Project Web App and Project Professional
Manage Microsoft SharePoint Server and Project Sites
Modify Project Web App pages and create new Project Site templates
Configure Power BI features and build custom Excel-based reports and interactive dashboards
This talk reports on the latest research in managing difficult people on project teams, their effect on team performances, and organizational responses to bad apples.
This talk introduces the concept of Monte Carlo simulation modeling that underlies much of risk management and forecasting models. The talk discusses how Monte Carlo simulations are created and provide the participants with a simple Monte Carlo tool as a takeaway from the talk.
This talk introduces the concept of structured change control as it is used in high-pressure and intense projects. Management of change is presented in a context of risk management.
This talk introduces the place and context of the Project Management Institute and its impact on the profession and practice of project management.
This talk introduces a concept, Earned Schedule Management (ESM), which has recently been added to the project manager’s toolkit of techniques for managing expectations and estimates of schedules on active projects.
This talk introduces the concept of structured project Risk Management according to the process established by the PMI. The talk introduces the six steps of the PMI risk management process and does a short dive into project risk prioritization using a pairwise comparison tool that is provided to the participants as a takeaway from the talk.
This talk discusses two project management standards, ISO 21500 and the PMI’s PMBOK® Guide, and discusses the differences and similarities between the two standards.
This talk discusses the place of research in the project management discipline and presents the results of the past several years of PMI’s Pulse of the Profession research studies. It then discusses how project managers can apply that research to improving the discipline within their own organizations.