EPMA Awarded One of “Houston’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For™” by the NABR

EPMA, one of the nation’s most innovative and leading Project and Portfolio Management consulting firms, announced today that its Houston office was named one of The National Association for Business Resources (NABR) recipients of Houston’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For™. “It’s another incredible achievement and milestone for EPMA.” said Michael Samadi, EPMA’s President Read more about EPMA Awarded One of “Houston’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For™” by the NABR[…]

What does the Publish field in Microsoft Project do?

If you are a Microsoft Project user you may have come across the ‘Publish’ Column.  If you were curious you may have even looked at the tool tip on the ‘Publish’ column. The tool tip: “Indicates whether the current task should be published to Microsoft Project Web App (PWA) with the rest of the project” Read more about What does the Publish field in Microsoft Project do?[…]

Clean Recent Projects out of Microsoft Project 2013

Got a long list of old or unneeded projects cluttering up your ‘Recent’ list in the Microsoft Project 2013 BackStage?   You can clean up that list in just a few seconds. Here’s how… 1a. If you are already working on a project schedule in Microsoft Project 2013, click the green ‘File‘ tab in the upper Read more about Clean Recent Projects out of Microsoft Project 2013[…]

Booking Type to Proposed

Using the Build Team From Enterprise feature to set a resource’s Booking Status to “Proposed” provides several benefits: Changes resource classification in the Resource Center. Prevents or removes the tasks from the resources “My Tasks” page. Prevents the system from sending the automated emails when the project is published. Is a good way to clean up resources My Read more about Booking Type to Proposed[…]