Microsoft Project Quick Tip: Determine If AutoFilter is Applied

I learned something new about Microsoft Project 2013 when I was conducting a training class recently for two of our new team members at EPMA. During class, we applied AutoFilter on the Resource Names column so that we could filter for the tasks assigned to two resources. I then asked my students how Microsoft Project Read more about Microsoft Project Quick Tip: Determine If AutoFilter is Applied[…]

Time Management in a Fast Paced Environment: Part Four

Let’s be honest: as a Project Manager, keeping track of project information can be difficult during the best of times; let alone when you are responsible for multiple efforts! With several stakeholders requesting different information and team members continually updating you on their progress through their tasks, sometimes finding the time to complete even the Read more about Time Management in a Fast Paced Environment: Part Four[…]

Schedule a Resource to Work on a Holiday

Background An intriguing question was asked recently in the Project Server General Questions and Answers user forum. Although I was not the person who answered the question, I thought the question and the solution were worth sharing with you. A user stated that she had customized the Standard calendar with company holidays set up as Read more about Schedule a Resource to Work on a Holiday[…]

Level Cross-Project Resource Overallocations Across Multiple Projects

Background Information During a Microsoft Project 2013 Essentials training class with one of our clients this week, one of my wonderful students asked a question that is worthy of a blog post. He asked, “How can I level resource overallocations across multiple projects when the PMO has changed the priority of my projects?” This is Read more about Level Cross-Project Resource Overallocations Across Multiple Projects[…]