Estimating Duration in Microsoft Project

In this video you will learn how Microsoft Project estimates duration. Interested in how EPMA can help you with your project schedules? Contact us today at 1.888.444.EPMA or [email protected] Thanks for watching! Please feel free to leave comments below or check out our other blogs on Microsoft Project, Project Server, SharePoint and Project Management Methodology. Follow Read more about Estimating Duration in Microsoft Project[…]

Critical Path Considerations

As experienced Project Managers, we know that a critical path on a project schedule is the longest necessary path of a series of interdependent activities or tasks required for the project to be completed on time or as we refer to it, on schedule. Any task falling along this path has zero float or slack, Read more about Critical Path Considerations[…]

How to update the Status Manager of an Enterprise Project when using Project Server 2013

To change the Status Manager in your Enterprise Project Schedule you must first change the Project Owner in Project Web Access (PWA). In order to change the Owner of an enterprise project, the Project Owner or someone with edit access to the project schedule will need to log into Project Web Access (PWA) and update the Owner Read more about How to update the Status Manager of an Enterprise Project when using Project Server 2013[…]

Dropping the ball when it comes to deadlines and budgets isn’t going to help you advance your career.

Projects can come your way fast and furious. You might be expected to create schedules in Microsoft Project with little or no training. As you start to explore Microsoft Project, you’ll soon discover that you have to learn new PM terms, new disciplined thinking of project management, new interface, and even be expected to have Read more about Dropping the ball when it comes to deadlines and budgets isn’t going to help you advance your career.[…]

How to View When a Task Was Added to a Microsoft Project Schedule

The built-in ‘Created’ field can quickly display when (date and time) a task was originally added to a Microsoft Project Schedule. Surprisingly, this hidden gem is not exposed in any built-in Microsoft Project tables, but you can easily add it to any Task table to see when each task was added to the project. This Read more about How to View When a Task Was Added to a Microsoft Project Schedule[…]