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Hi, Let us continue with Slack story in MS PROJECT 2013. First I will create a new Project with Task List: Because picture is too big I will show you the Gant Chart: Now, again I will apply the … Continue reading
Hi, Today I am going to explain slack, or float in MS PROJECT 2013. There are two types of slack in MS PROJECT 2013: Free slack: The free slack of an activity is the time this activity can be … Continue reading
Hi, Every Project has to be tracked. In Microsoft Project Server 2010 you can choose between two approaches: Effort-based: You are collecting time spending on Tasks, or during some period of time Duration-based: You are collecting percent of complete … Continue reading
Hi, Suppose, just for example, that I am Microsoft Project Server 2010 Administrator, and that I will be on my holidays next two months! I want to make another user as a Administrator while I’m on my vacation. I … Continue reading
Hi, In Microsoft Project 2013 you can find a great set of new Reports. Because this is still Beta 1, we can expect more Reports in final version. When I am talking about Reports, I mean that now, you … Continue reading
Hi, I will show you a great new feature in MS PROJECT 2013 – Task Path. Suppose that I have a simple Project like this: I want to know, for specific Tasks Predecessors, Successors, Driving Predecessors, and Driven Successors. … Continue reading
Hi, as you already know Microsoft ha published new Office 2013 –Preview, and here is the new Microsoft Project 2013 preview. Let us look what is new! Remember that that is just a Preview, not the final version! I will … Continue reading
Hi, I will show you different behavior in MS PROJECT 2010 in Critical Path when you have, and when you do not have Elapsed days in duration fields! Suppose that you have three Tasks and each of them has … Continue reading
Hi, As I promised, I will write about using or not using MS PROJECT in agile Projects (Scrum, Kanban, etc.). First thing first. What does the expert says? Some quotes: “The traditional way to build software, used by companies … Continue reading
Hi, in my next two Posts I will skip writing about how MS PROJECT 2010, and MS PROJECT SERVER 2010 work, their features etc. I will write about PROJECT MANAGEMENT methodologies, frameworks, nutshells or however you name them, and … Continue reading