How to Plan Projects with Microsoft Project
Category: Business & Politics
» Project Management
| Work: Ratgeber
Keywords: Microsoft Project
, Project Planning
, Cost Assignments
, Resource Assignment
, Optimize Schedules
, Project Budgets
, Material Resources
, Cost Resources
, Import Export Excel.
Planning (6 stages). 140 detailed wirkouts + solutions for competence training
This is one of two eBooks that cover the full cycle of planning, tracking and controlling projects. This first eBook covers the various activities needed to plan a project as setup in 6 stages: setup project info, enter the WBS, enter scheduling data, enter resource data, assign resources to tasks and optimize final schedule and budget. By this time, the project plan can be submitted for approval.
This eBook has 140 planning workouts that are presented step by step. Most workouts are supported by images to save time searching for menu items, options and buttons. Each workout addresses a specific facility of Microsoft Project, many of which are hardly mentioned in the literature. This eBook prepares the practitioner for the next eBook that concentrates on tracking schedules, costs and earned value.
All the workouts are solved and are available for download from the author’s website.
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About the Author
Akram Najjar is an engineer currently working as a Business Technology Consultant. He completed a B. Sc. in physics and mathematics at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon (1966). He took another B. Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Hertfordshire in England (1969).
Akram spent the first part of his career managing software development companies in Lebanon and the Arabian Gulf. By 1995, he concentrated on contractual work: IT Consulting, Business Process Reengineering, Project Management, Process Mapping, Data Analysis, Frameworks for Software Development and Technical Writing. He worked with various international organizations such as the World Bank, UNDP and the EU. In parallel with his consulting work, Akram focused on management training developing and conducting workshops for the above subjects. This and other books on his site are based on the experience acquired in these workshops.
The three types of books Akram writes (fiction, technical and puzzles) can be traced back to one incident when he was 12. His teacher introduced him to “Scientific American”. His name was David W. Miller. Mr. Miller’s whereabouts are not known today. But he is to be thanked and thanked again. The articles were above Akram’s head but his love for astronomy made the magazine fascinating. That eventually led him to study Physics and Mathematics. Coincidentally, the Greek Myths that were used to name the constellations got him interested in Literature, a love that led him to write fiction at a later date.
Akram also got hooked on the Mathematical Games column by Martin Gardner which was the reason Akram was set firmly in Puzzledom. Later on, it was second nature to him to work in software as a career. Software is an abstract practice that is full of puzzles whether you are designing, programming or debugging.
His eBooks are presented on two website. The www.marginalbooks.com site covers technical and literary books. All puzzles and games are presented on www.thehiddenpaw.com. XinXii is the only distributor of Akram's books. They have kindly distributed the books to various online retaliers.
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