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Obtaining feedback from your team is not only valuable during project planning but also throughout the entire life span of the project.  A leading practice I share with clients and students is to use filtering along with the ‘Smart Copy and Paste’ features of Microsoft Project. These will pull out key information such as ‘Task […]

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Ever since timesheets were introduced in Microsoft Project Server, there has always been a desire to be able to update the timesheets on the go, so as to not be tied to the computer. Think of projects in Construction Management, where most of the team members are out in the field and are unable to come back […]

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PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) is an internationally recognized project management guide published by PMI (Project Management Institute), with the first edition released in 1996. To stay in tune with evolving practices in business, project management professionals (PMPs) continuously work to improve processes and methodologies applied in project environments.  Continual improvement and alignment of […]

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Periodically EPMA’s Support Team gets this question from a Project Server Administrator reviewing the server’s Manage Queue Jobs: What is causing the server to show a Job State of Skipped For Optimization and 20% complete?       First, ‘Skipped for Optimization’ is not an error. It is a status indicating that the system has already […]

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