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This webinar will provide you with an overview and framework for leveraging the Microsoft Cloud-based PPM solution Project Online to support Resource Management processes.
Often the largest pain point for organizations small and large, managing your resources can be successfully addressed with a combination of sounds processes, communications, and a well-executed PPM system. In this webinar PROJILITY will walk through how Project Online can be used to drive improved visibility, insight and controls over your resources. This will include a walk through of reporting options to move your organization away from spreadsheet-based management into a formalized PPM framework.
MS Teams is a great collaboration tool and leveraging O365 Planner with a Team can help speed up projects while creating accountability and timely deliverables.
Attendees will learn how to leverage MS Teams with O365 Planner and build nested tasks, Kanban Boards to Present Task Boards and a Collaboration Portal for Light Weight Project Management.
A master project is a single project that consists of other projects which are inserted as subprojects. Master projects are useful for analyzing a group of related projects, such as all projects in a program. In this 30-minute webinar, we will introduce you to the topic of master projects and show you two different methods for creating a master project. We will demonstrate how to create cross- project dependencies, show you how schedule changes in a predecessor project affects successor projects, and show you how to display the critical path in a master project.
This webinar will provide you with an overview of how you can leverage Microsoft Teams, part of the Office 365 platform, as a component of a Project Portfolio Management (PPM) strategy.
Many enterprises are adopting Teams as a core collaboration and meeting tool. We'll show you how to develop a strategy for usings Teams alongside Project Online, and provide recommendations on effectively using these tools together.
There are plenty of organizations out there that use Microsoft Project stand alone to manage and control their projects. When we do not have a unified platform such as Project Online (or Project Server) to manage our projects, how do we ensure that the best practices are being used by all my project managers? In this 30-minute webinar, we will discuss how to create and configure a standard schedule that can be propagated and shared in order to be used by all project managers in our company.
Learn the risks in the PM Lifecycle and key risk management components. You will discover solution tools and approaches for tracking and managing risks.
Attendees will learn how to asses risks and alleviate any potential negative outcomes. Learn the different types of risk: cultural, economic, technical, legal, etc. and the best practices for taking them each head on.
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Microsoft Certified Partners possess a depth of experience in deploying Microsoft Project and PPM solutions and can help with time-to-value and share best practices. Learn more about the PPM Competency.
Project Online offers a family of solutions to plan, manage, and execute small and big projects and portfolios. Project Online integrates with Office 365 applications like Microsoft Planner and Power BI Pro.