Project Management With MS Project - Scheduling Master Class

Managing projects with Microsoft Project? Learn project management, planning, scheduling, and tracking best practices.

Microsoft Project is one of the most widely-used project management, project scheduling, and project tracking software packages. It is one of those project management tools that every project manager should be familiar with.

In this easy-to-follow MS Project tutorial course you will not only learn how to use Microsoft Project 2013, but also master some of the most important project scheduling and management concepts, such as critical path, task relationships, effort-driven scheduling, resource leveling, and others. In short, you will learn how to manage projects with Microsoft Project and succeed at your work.

The Project Management concepts that you will learn in this course are closely adhered to those developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and will be familiar to those who already hold a PMI certification, for example a Project Management Professional (PMP). On the other hand, if you are new to the Project Management profession and to the Project Management Institute’s world, this scheduling course will gradually get you started on the PMP certification path, should you choose to follow it at some point.

Microsoft Project 2013 is the latest version of MS Project at the time this course is developed thus it is what you will focus on in this tutorial course.

To get the maximum benefit from this course, you need to have a copy of Microsoft Project installed. It should be a newer version: MS Project 2013 recommended, or as a minimum, MS Project 2010.

After you enroll in and complete this course, you will quickly learn the best practices in managing projects with Microsoft Project.

You will also be able to claim PDUs - Professional Development Units towards your PMI certification.

By the way, you have 30-day money-back guarantee.

Enroll now and enjoy!

Navigating Udemy Course Interface
Learning Tips
First Look - MS Project User Interface
Save and Properties
First Look at Microsoft Project
Create and Assign the Project Calendar in MS Project
MS Project Calendar Tool
Listing Tasks In MS Project
Listing Tasks in MS Project
Inserting And Outlining Tasks
Task Outlining
Task Dependencies and Relationships - What Are They?
Task Dependencies and Relationships in MS Project
Creating Task Dependencies
Modifying Task Relationships
Milestones With Non-Zero Duration
Changing Project Start Date - Moving Project
Recurring Tasks
Task Constraints
Task Constraints in Microsoft Project
Task Deadlines
Microsoft Project Task Deadlines
Banana Task or Hammock Task: Flexible Duration Tasks in MS Project
Project Summary Task
WBS - Work Breakdown Structure Code
Exploring Some More Views
Elapsed Durations
Using Elapsed Durations on Microsoft Project Tasks
Critical Path Explained
Displaying Critical Path
Free Slack vs Total Slack
Critical Path
Setting up Resources in MS Project
Assigning Resources
Leveling Resources
Working With Fields
Custom Text Field in MS Project
Custom Flag Field in MS Project
What is Project Baseline?
Set Project Baseline in MS Project
Project Baseline
Percent Complete
Mark On Track - Update Task Commands in MS Project
Update Project Command
Tracking Table
Project Tracking in MS Project
Master Schedule
Sharing Resources in Microsoft Project
Using MS Project Task Priority Levels
Using MS Project in a Multiple-Projects environment
Task Types Explained: Fixed Units, Fixed Work, Fixed Duration, Effort Driven
Effort-Driven and Non-Effort-Driven Scheduling and Three Task Types Examples
Effort Driven Scheduling And Task Types in MS Project
MS Project Timeline View - Introduction
Timeline As A Separate View
Timeline Formatting
Timeline Copying And Presenting
Timeline - a Few More Points
Custom Tables
Custom Views
Some Points On Combination Views
Instruments Scheduliing
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What is Next?

What's included

  • 53 Video Lessons
  • 13 Text Lessons

  • Works on all devices
  • Certificate of completion

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