There's a better way to learn the world's premier scheduling solution. Whether you're managing a construction project, deploying new software or launching a start-up, this learn-by-doing guide will help you build a reliable schedule in a few basic steps. Learn from a Microsoft-Certified Professional with 20+ years of project management experience and over 10 years of teaching experience. You'll learn to initialize a project, create a task-based schedule, manage resources and assignments, track and analyze a project and communicate project information. You'll also learn key skills measured by Microsoft Project Exam 74-343. This book includes over 100 images, practice exercises and a companion website (mspbasics.com) to check your answers. This book can also be used as a workbook for the 6-hour "Microsoft Project 2016 B.A.S.I.C.S. and Beyond" course, now streaming on Vimeo.
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About the Author
Jerry Reed is an award-winning instructor, speaker, author and project management consultant. He has delivered speeches, workshops, seminars and webinars to managers and technology workers from AT&T, PMI, Optum Rx, UCLA, SpaceX, the United Nations, Disney, Google and several other organizations. His original, content-rich, high-energy programs are well researched and presented in a professional and engaging style. With over 20 years of project management experience, Jerry has successfully delivered over 100 projects as a senior project manager with AT&T, an engineer with NI-Gas and a research engineer with the US Army Corp. of Engineers. Mr. Reed has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois, at Urbana-Champaign. He is PMP-certified, a Microsoft-Certified Professional and a runner. He was named UCLA Distinguished Instructor in 2014. Jerry has taught project leadership and scheduling courses for over 10 years at UCLA Extension. He has served on the UCLA Extension Project Management Advisory Board and is the co-founder of PMplicity (formerly Project Leader Services).