Project 2010 in Easy Steps

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Microsoft Project is an excellent project planning, scheduling, and control tool. This user-friendly guide will quickly get readers started on making use of the powerful features of this program. Project 2010 in Easy Steps sets out the right way to start a project and develop the project plan, showing users how to break a project down into tasks, which can then be scheduled, allocated resources, and tracked to completion. It explains the different types of task dependencies and how to use them to make sure ...
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Overview


Microsoft Project is an excellent project planning, scheduling, and control tool. This user-friendly guide will quickly get readers started on making use of the powerful features of this program. Project 2010 in Easy Steps sets out the right way to start a project and develop the project plan, showing users how to break a project down into tasks, which can then be scheduled, allocated resources, and tracked to completion. It explains the different types of task dependencies and how to use them to make sure things happen when they are needed. Finally viewing and communicating information about a project in a timely way to the other stakeholders is critical to project success; this book shows not only how to do it but the most effective ways to communicate the information. Features new to the 2010 release are also covered in detail, such as the Ribbon interface, user controlled scheduling, and Sharepoint.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781840783971
  • Publisher: In Easy Steps Limited
  • Publication date: 10/12/2010
  • Series: In Easy Steps
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 957,354
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author


John Carroll is a project management consultant with many years’ experience of managing large and small projects, programs and portfolios. Now based in South West England, he has run projects and programs across Europe and the United States. His experience covers most types of organizations including government, higher education, manufacturing industries, pharmaceuticals, software development and the emergency services. He has worked on most types of projects and trained project managers in many different organizations.

John is also the author of Effective Project Management in easy steps, Effective Time Management in easy steps, Agile Project Management in easy steps, and all editions of (MS) Project in easy steps.

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Table of Contents


1. The Basics
2. User Interface
3. Managing your Project
4. Working with Tasks
5. Adding Structure
6. More About Tasks
7. Resources
8. Project Costs
9. Project Calendars
10. Project Scheduling
11. Conflicts and Constraints
12. Viewing Data
13. Reports
14. Tracking Progress
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