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MS-55054
Mastering Microsoft Project 2013
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O szkoleniu
Dla kogo
Kurs przeznaczony jest zarówno dla początkujących jak i doświadczonych kierowników projektów, menedżerów, planistów, którzy chcą zarządzać projektami z wykorzystaniem MS Project 2013.
Wymagania wstępne
Brak wymagań wstępnych dla tego kursu.
Zakres tematyczny
  • Introduction to Microsoft Project
    • Describe how Project relates to the discipline of Project management.
    • Learn what the new features are in Project 2013.
    • Navigate to the primary views available using the Ribbon.
    • Choose Views that display task, resource, or assignment information.
    • Select table within views to change the information that is available to see and edit.
    • Relate the features of Project to the 5 steps for building a plan in Project.
  • A Quick and Easy Overview of Managing with Project
    • Create a new project and prepare it for data entry.
    • Enter project tasks.
    • Sequence the tasks.
    • Define resources.
    • Estimate Task duration and assign resources.
    • Baseline the project.
    • Track project progress.
  • Setting Up a Project
    • Use multiple methods to create a new project from an Excel file and a SharePoint Tasks list.
    • Establish one or more calendars to constrain resource availability.
    • Configure Project to calculate the schedule from the Start Date forward, or from the Finish Date backward.
  • Manually Schedule vs. Auto Schedule
    • Students practice switching tasks between Manually Schedule and Auto Schedule modes. By switching modes, students learn the impact made on the project schedule and the individual tasks.
  • Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
    • Build and use summary and subordinate tasks.
    • Understand and use milestones.
    • Develop WBS Outlines.
    • Assign completion criteria.
    • Evaluate the WBS.
    • Understand and use WBS templates.
  • Identifying Task Relationships
    • Understand the different types of task relationships.
    • Understand and use various methods to create relationships.
    • Determine and display task sequence.
    • Understand and use lag, lead, and delay.
    • Understand the new feature of Task Paths.
  • Defining Resources within Project
    • Define resource types.
    • Define individual resources that will be used on the project.
    • Record the cost(s) of using each type of resource.
    • Record the limit of availability for each type of resource by establishing a resource calendar and defining the maximum units of that resource.
  • Making Work Package Estimates
    • Enter estimates for duration and costs for each task.
    • Distinguish between task types and describe when each is appropriate.
    • Describe the relationship between work, units, and duration.
    • Describe the way Effort Driven scheduling is affected by work, units, and duration.
    • Assign tasks to resources using the Team Planner view.
  • Creating an Initial Schedule
    • Calculate float and identify a project’s critical path.
    • Understand and identify task constraints.
    • Create milestones.
    • Use the Task Inspector to troubleshoot the initial schedule.
  • Create a Resource Leveled Schedule
    • Adjust a project schedule to account for limited people and other resources.
    • View the overall cost and schedule of a project.
    • Identify resources that have been overallocated for a project schedule.
    • Use multiple ways to adjust tasks and assignments to remove over allocation for any resource.
  • Managing the Project
    • Learn how to set a baseline.
    • Lean how to enter and track project performance data.
    • Learn how to apply different tracking methods.
    • Learn how to perform a variance analysis on a project.
  • Formatting Output and Printing Reports
  • Managing Multiple Projects
    • Learn how to use common resources among multiple projects.
    • Learn how to link tasks between multiple projects.
    • Learn how to create a consolidated view of multiple projects.
  • Advanced Topics
    • Learn how to customize the Ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar.
    • Learn how to customize WBS numbering.
    • Learn the concepts of Formulas and Graphical indicators.
    • Learn the purpose of the Global template and Organizer.
    • Learn how to use Task Deadlines.
    • Learn how to use Task Deadlines.
  • Summary
    • Learn how to access the Office App Store.
    • Learn what 74-343 Microsoft Project 2013, Managing Projects with Project 2013 exam will cover and what is in the objective domain.
    • A sample study guide to help students prepare for the Microsoft Project 2013 exam.
Zakres tematyczny szkolenia
Dla kogo
Kurs przeznaczony jest zarówno dla początkujących jak i doświadczonych kierowników projektów, menedżerów, planistów, którzy chcą zarządzać projektami z wykorzystaniem MS Project 2013.
Wymagania wstępne
Brak wymagań wstępnych dla tego kursu.
Zakres tematyczny
  • Introduction to Microsoft Project
    • Describe how Project relates to the discipline of Project management.
    • Learn what the new features are in Project 2013.
    • Navigate to the primary views available using the Ribbon.
    • Choose Views that display task, resource, or assignment information.
    • Select table within views to change the information that is available to see and edit.
    • Relate the features of Project to the 5 steps for building a plan in Project.
  • A Quick and Easy Overview of Managing with Project
    • Create a new project and prepare it for data entry.
    • Enter project tasks.
    • Sequence the tasks.
    • Define resources.
    • Estimate Task duration and assign resources.
    • Baseline the project.
    • Track project progress.
  • Setting Up a Project
    • Use multiple methods to create a new project from an Excel file and a SharePoint Tasks list.
    • Establish one or more calendars to constrain resource availability.
    • Configure Project to calculate the schedule from the Start Date forward, or from the Finish Date backward.
  • Manually Schedule vs. Auto Schedule
    • Students practice switching tasks between Manually Schedule and Auto Schedule modes. By switching modes, students learn the impact made on the project schedule and the individual tasks.
  • Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
    • Build and use summary and subordinate tasks.
    • Understand and use milestones.
    • Develop WBS Outlines.
    • Assign completion criteria.
    • Evaluate the WBS.
    • Understand and use WBS templates.
  • Identifying Task Relationships
    • Understand the different types of task relationships.
    • Understand and use various methods to create relationships.
    • Determine and display task sequence.
    • Understand and use lag, lead, and delay.
    • Understand the new feature of Task Paths.
  • Defining Resources within Project
    • Define resource types.
    • Define individual resources that will be used on the project.
    • Record the cost(s) of using each type of resource.
    • Record the limit of availability for each type of resource by establishing a resource calendar and defining the maximum units of that resource.
  • Making Work Package Estimates
    • Enter estimates for duration and costs for each task.
    • Distinguish between task types and describe when each is appropriate.
    • Describe the relationship between work, units, and duration.
    • Describe the way Effort Driven scheduling is affected by work, units, and duration.
    • Assign tasks to resources using the Team Planner view.
  • Creating an Initial Schedule
    • Calculate float and identify a project’s critical path.
    • Understand and identify task constraints.
    • Create milestones.
    • Use the Task Inspector to troubleshoot the initial schedule.
  • Create a Resource Leveled Schedule
    • Adjust a project schedule to account for limited people and other resources.
    • View the overall cost and schedule of a project.
    • Identify resources that have been overallocated for a project schedule.
    • Use multiple ways to adjust tasks and assignments to remove over allocation for any resource.
  • Managing the Project
    • Learn how to set a baseline.
    • Lean how to enter and track project performance data.
    • Learn how to apply different tracking methods.
    • Learn how to perform a variance analysis on a project.
  • Formatting Output and Printing Reports
  • Managing Multiple Projects
    • Learn how to use common resources among multiple projects.
    • Learn how to link tasks between multiple projects.
    • Learn how to create a consolidated view of multiple projects.
  • Advanced Topics
    • Learn how to customize the Ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar.
    • Learn how to customize WBS numbering.
    • Learn the concepts of Formulas and Graphical indicators.
    • Learn the purpose of the Global template and Organizer.
    • Learn how to use Task Deadlines.
    • Learn how to use Task Deadlines.
  • Summary
    • Learn how to access the Office App Store.
    • Learn what 74-343 Microsoft Project 2013, Managing Projects with Project 2013 exam will cover and what is in the objective domain.
    • A sample study guide to help students prepare for the Microsoft Project 2013 exam.
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MS-55054
Mastering Microsoft Project 2013
czas trwania: 3 dni
Dla kogo
Kurs przeznaczony jest zarówno dla początkujących jak i doświadczonych kierowników projektów, menedżerów, planistów, którzy chcą zarządzać projektami z wykorzystaniem MS Project 2013.
Wymagania wstępne
Brak wymagań wstępnych dla tego kursu.
Zakres tematyczny
  • Introduction to Microsoft Project
    • Describe how Project relates to the discipline of Project management.
    • Learn what the new features are in Project 2013.
    • Navigate to the primary views available using the Ribbon.
    • Choose Views that display task, resource, or assignment information.
    • Select table within views to change the information that is available to see and edit.
    • Relate the features of Project to the 5 steps for building a plan in Project.
  • A Quick and Easy Overview of Managing with Project
    • Create a new project and prepare it for data entry.
    • Enter project tasks.
    • Sequence the tasks.
    • Define resources.
    • Estimate Task duration and assign resources.
    • Baseline the project.
    • Track project progress.
  • Setting Up a Project
    • Use multiple methods to create a new project from an Excel file and a SharePoint Tasks list.
    • Establish one or more calendars to constrain resource availability.
    • Configure Project to calculate the schedule from the Start Date forward, or from the Finish Date backward.
  • Manually Schedule vs. Auto Schedule
    • Students practice switching tasks between Manually Schedule and Auto Schedule modes. By switching modes, students learn the impact made on the project schedule and the individual tasks.
  • Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
    • Build and use summary and subordinate tasks.
    • Understand and use milestones.
    • Develop WBS Outlines.
    • Assign completion criteria.
    • Evaluate the WBS.
    • Understand and use WBS templates.
  • Identifying Task Relationships
    • Understand the different types of task relationships.
    • Understand and use various methods to create relationships.
    • Determine and display task sequence.
    • Understand and use lag, lead, and delay.
    • Understand the new feature of Task Paths.
  • Defining Resources within Project
    • Define resource types.
    • Define individual resources that will be used on the project.
    • Record the cost(s) of using each type of resource.
    • Record the limit of availability for each type of resource by establishing a resource calendar and defining the maximum units of that resource.
  • Making Work Package Estimates
    • Enter estimates for duration and costs for each task.
    • Distinguish between task types and describe when each is appropriate.
    • Describe the relationship between work, units, and duration.
    • Describe the way Effort Driven scheduling is affected by work, units, and duration.
    • Assign tasks to resources using the Team Planner view.
  • Creating an Initial Schedule
    • Calculate float and identify a project’s critical path.
    • Understand and identify task constraints.
    • Create milestones.
    • Use the Task Inspector to troubleshoot the initial schedule.
  • Create a Resource Leveled Schedule
    • Adjust a project schedule to account for limited people and other resources.
    • View the overall cost and schedule of a project.
    • Identify resources that have been overallocated for a project schedule.
    • Use multiple ways to adjust tasks and assignments to remove over allocation for any resource.
  • Managing the Project
    • Learn how to set a baseline.
    • Lean how to enter and track project performance data.
    • Learn how to apply different tracking methods.
    • Learn how to perform a variance analysis on a project.
  • Formatting Output and Printing Reports
  • Managing Multiple Projects
    • Learn how to use common resources among multiple projects.
    • Learn how to link tasks between multiple projects.
    • Learn how to create a consolidated view of multiple projects.
  • Advanced Topics
    • Learn how to customize the Ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar.
    • Learn how to customize WBS numbering.
    • Learn the concepts of Formulas and Graphical indicators.
    • Learn the purpose of the Global template and Organizer.
    • Learn how to use Task Deadlines.
    • Learn how to use Task Deadlines.
  • Summary
    • Learn how to access the Office App Store.
    • Learn what 74-343 Microsoft Project 2013, Managing Projects with Project 2013 exam will cover and what is in the objective domain.
    • A sample study guide to help students prepare for the Microsoft Project 2013 exam.
 
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