Project 2010 For Dummies (Anglais) Broché – 11 mai 2010
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As project management software, Microsoft Project allows you tooversee your business activities effectively. You can manageresources, share project info, perform modeling and scenarioanalysis, and standardize reporting processes. Thiseasy–to–understand guide is completely updated to cover the latestchanges and newest enhancements to Project 2010 and shows you howto get Project 2010 to work for you.
After an introduction to basic project management concepts,you ll discover the mechanics of using Project software tocreate and manage projects. Other topics covered include workingwith calendars, using and sharing resources, budgeting, formattingtaskbars, gathering and tracking data, working with reports, andcreating templates.
- Microsoft Project allows you to manage resources, share projectinformation, perform scenario analysis, and standardize reportingprocesses
- Offers completely updated coverage of the new Project 2010,which is expected to implement the Office Ribbon
- Reviews formatting taskbars, gathering and tracking data, andworking with reports
- Addresses using and sharing resources, creating templates, andmanaging projects
Let the friendly For Dummies writing style guide youthrough maximizing the new features of Project 2010.
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If you′ve never used project management software before or you′ve used previous versions of Project and want to master theall–new Project 2010 interface and features this is thebook for you! You′ll find the project management concepts you needto know, how Project 2010 works and how to get up to speed, what′snew, and most importantly, how to apply it to a real project.
What do I do with this thing? set up Project, learn whattypes of input you need to provide, and begin building projectplans
Be resourceful create and assign work resources,material resources, and fixed costs, and manage resourceseffectively
A perfect fit ensure your project has a high chance ofsuccess by fine–tuning your plan
Running on rails learn to use baselines, track progressand materials, and create reports that help keep projects ontrack
Enterprise options get an overview of onlinecollaborative features using Project Server, Web Application, andSharePoint
Open the book and find:
How to maximize control with the new manual schedulingfeature
Your way around the Project interface
The new Timeline and Team Planner views
Tips on assigning resources
Advice on communicating with your team
All about reports and how to use them
Scheduling help from the new Task Inspector
Manage project schedules with Project 2010
Work with new scheduling tools and the Ribbon interface
Assign and share resources and understand calendars
Create impressive reports
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It doesn't walk you through any exercises; rather, it explains things. For example, it explains the differences between Task Types but doesn't walk you through any tutorial examples where you create different Task Types and see the results of each. Rather, it just tells you the steps needed to do activities. For example, "If you want to create a Fixed Duration task, follow these steps..." and it lists the steps.
I was looking to brush up on and improve my MS Project skills, so I researched several books. I finally settled on this book and the "MS Project Step By Step" book. Fortunately, I decided to start with that book and it was a GREAT start and I very-much HIGHLY recommend that book instead of this one!
The Step-By-Step book comes with example Project Plans and walks you through examples/tutorials. I learned A LOT from that book.
Even though this "Dummies" book may serve best as a reference, there are better reference-written books/series out there than this "Dummies" book, so I urge you to also AVOID this book, even if you're looking for a reference.
My latest firm, though - wanted me to use MS Project 2010.
Sadly for me, Project 2010 has changed so much - that even when using this book - I was unable to teach myself how to use this tool. I probably just need someone to help me get started. But, unfortunately, no one in my company - can even do spreadsheets - let alone project planning software.
I draw my own `fake' Gantt charts using MS Excel. That's more than advanced enough for everyone else I work with.
(Plus, I'd rather keep my `slack' time secret.)
Unless you really need its features - Project 2010 is overkill - and so is this book. I don't think I've ever felt - dummier.