Master Microsoft Project 2016 – 6 PDUs from a PMI REP

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Master Microsoft Project 2016 – 6 PDUs from a PMI REP

Course Description
We are a PMI Registered Education Provider:

Instructingcom, LLC #4082
Mastering Microsoft Project 2016; Activity ID MSPRO2016
6 PDU hours
Effective project managers know that project management is about getting things done. No piece of software can replace the project manager, but Microsoft Project 2016 assists the project manager in effective management of the project endeavors.

In this course you will:
Explore Microsoft Project 2016
Build a new project from scratch
Open new Microsoft Project templates
Manage and control project resources
Create Gantt charts, project network diagrams, views, reports, and much, much more
Project management is the orchestration of the correct processes at the correct time to achieved the desired result while balancing time, cost, scope, quality, and risk. In this course you will learn how Microsoft Project 2016 can help you be a better project manager.

This course is a hands-on course; you can watch the exercises, pause the videos, and learn Microsoft Project 2016 by experiencing Microsoft Project 2016. All of the files that I use in the lectures are included as resources for you to follow along and experiment with throughout the course – and after the course.

My company, Instructingcom, LLC, is a Project Management Institute Registered Education Provider (PMI REP #4082) and this course qualifies for 6 Professional Development Units for certification maintenance.

Let’s get started today learning all that you can, all that you need to, about Microsoft Project 2016.

What are the requirements?
Participants should download MS Project 2016 prior to starting the course
Participants should have a good foundation in project management
What am I going to get from this course?
Navigate Microsoft Project 2016
Create a Microsoft Project plan
Utilize Gantt charts, views, and tables
Manage resources for ultimate project effectiveness
Track project and task progress through the project
Establish baselines and identify variances
Communicate project status with reports
Create custom reports
Print out project details for analysis and communication
Ramp-up on Microsoft Project 2016
What is the target audience?
Ideal for project managers currently using MS Project
Solid foundation for people new to Microsoft Project
Project managers who want to quickly grasp MS Project
PMP candidates seeking Professional Development Units (PDUs)

Curriculum

Section 1: Microsoft Project 2016: Building the Foundation
MIcrosoft Project 2016: Course Overview
02:00
Microsoft Project and Project Management
01:20
Download Microsoft Project 2016
Article
Touring Microsoft Project 2016
06:30
Visiting the Backstage
04:06
Accessing Microsoft Project 2016 Project Information
06:32
Microsoft Project 2016: Course Foundation Summary
00:39
Section 2: Building a Microsoft Project 2016 Project Plan
Planning with Microsoft Project 2016
01:34
Working With Project Templates
03:45
Examining a Populated Project
04:22
Adding Tasks in Microsoft Project 2016
04:42
Creating Summary Tasks for Planning
06:14
Adding Subtasks in Microsoft Project 2016
08:26
Setting the Project Start Date
03:50
Creating Calendar Exceptions
07:08
Wrapping Project Planning
00:45
Section 3: Configuring Your Microsoft Project 2016 Plan
Defining Project Management
03:13
Setting the Working Hours for a Project
05:18
Establishing Milestones in Microsoft Project 2016
04:21
Configuring Microsoft Project 2016 Units of Measurement
03:02
Establishing Relationships Among Activities
04:35
Linking Tasks in Microsoft Project 2016
05:38
Deeper Dive: Linking Non-Contiguous Tasks
05:00
Multiple Methods for Linking Tasks
06:10
Microsoft Project 2016: Unlinking Tasks
02:45
Summary: Linking Summary Tasks
07:13
Section 4: Managing Project Resources in Microsoft Project 2016
Managing and Leading Project Resources
02:15
Microsoft Project 2017: Auto and Manual Schedule
07:27
Adding Notes on Activities for Resources
04:39
Microsoft Project 2016: How to Add Resources
08:05
Editing Resources in Microsoft Project 2016
03:48
Creating a Resource Exception for Project Planning
04:38
Adding Cost and Materials Resources for Microsoft Project 2016
03:52
Microsoft Project 2016: How to Assign Resources to Tasks
05:43
Assigning Materials and Cost Resources to Activities
05:02
Tracking Resource Utilization
08:25
Defining Effort-Driven Activities and Project Resources
08:12
Summation of Managing Project Resources
00:58
Section 5: Microsoft Project 2016: Accessing Project Views
Section Overview: Working With Microsoft Project 2016 Views
01:00
Getting Started with Microsoft Project 2016 Views
07:10
Formatting the Gantt Chart in Microsoft Project 2016
04:42
Deeper Dive: Formatting in Microsoft Project 2016
08:42
Working With Tables and Split Views in Microsoft Project 2016
05:12
Microsoft Project 2016: Adding Objects to the Gantt Chart
05:51
Microsoft Project 2016: Customizing the Project Timeline View
03:21
Deeper Dive: Working with the Project Timeline
04:03
Summary of Project Views in Microsoft Project 2016
00:45
Section 6: Microsoft Project 2016: Establishing Project Baselines for Performance
Section Overview: Preparing to Measure Project Performance
01:28
Set a Project Baseline in Microsoft Project 2016
05:41
Monitoring and Controlling the Project: Updating Task Completion
06:35
Tracking Activity Completion
04:39
Comparing Planned Duration to Actual Duration
08:49
Utilizing the Task Path in Microsoft Project 2016
04:59
Microsoft Project 2016: Managing A Task Constraint
09:20
Splitting a Task in Microsoft Project 2016
04:11
Creating Special Calendars in Microsoft Project 2016
06:19
Removing Calendars Through the Organizer
02:40
Section Wrap: Using Project Baselines to Measure Performance
01:16
Section 7: Perfecting the Microsoft Project 2016 Project Plan
Microsoft Project 2016: Planning and Controlling
02:26
Setting a Deadline
05:25
Microsoft Project 2016: Working with Fixed Costs
04:12
Creating a Recurring Task in Microsoft Project 2016
01:52
Viewing the Critical Path
04:46
Microsoft Project 2016: Working with Summary Task Durations
05:01
Editing Resource Capacity Project Control
03:44
Managing Overallocated Resources with Microsoft Project 2016
06:24
Working with the Leveling Gantt
02:54
Section Wrap: Planning and Controlling the Project
01:17
Section 8: Customizing Project Resources in Microsoft Project 2016
Microsoft Project 2016: Managing Resources
01:44
Assigning Variable Rates for Project Resources
02:11
Configuring a Variable Pay Structure in Microsoft Project 2016
02:39
Creating Staggered Start Dates for Resources
03:15
Creating a Work Contour
04:39
Assigning a Cost Rate Table in Microsoft Project 2016
05:07
Reviewing Resource Assignments and Capacity
02:45
Marking a Task Inactive in Microsoft Project 2016
01:31
Filtering Resource Costs
03:18
Section Wrap: Planning and Fine Tuning Tasks and Resources
01:16
Section 9: Leveraging Microsoft Project 2016 to Communicate Effectively
Microsoft Project 2016: Managing Communication Tools
01:12
Tracking Actual Work Information
05:38
Working with the Tracking Gantt
02:56
Starting a Project Report
03:03
Editing and Customizing a Report in Microsoft Project 2016
03:03
Microsoft Project 2016: Creating a Custom Report
04:48
Preparing to Print in Microsoft Project 2016
06:10
Creating a Custom View and Printing
05:16
Section Wrap: Reporting and Printing in Microsoft Project 2016
00:57
Course Wrap: Review and Conclusion
02:49
Course Certificate of Completion
1 page

Instructor Biography
Joseph Phillips, PMP, PMI-ACP, Project+, Certified Technical Trainer
About Joseph Phillips

Motivated, personable business professional with more than 15 years’ experience as a project management consultant, educator, technology consultant, business owner, and technical writer. Extensive experience as a project manager, management consultant, organizational change management consultant, organizational process analyst, and technical implementations. Well-versed in project management methodologies, process engineering, organizational change management, risk management, project planning, team building, communication, and technical implementations of organizational change, software projects, network operating systems, and web development projects.

Project management certifications include the Project Management Professional (PMP), PMI-Agile Certified Practioner, and the Project+ Professional designation.

Skills Summary

Project management
Business management
Risk management
Change management
Microsoft Office
Microsoft Project
Articulate Suite
Server systems
PMBOK Guide methodologies
Bloom’s Taxonomy
Public speaking
Leadership and coaching
Technical writing

Professional Experience
Project management
Project management consultant for project management office implementation, organizational change management, process configuration mapping, workflow analysis, and project management information system selection and deployment.
IT project manager for technology upgrades, server conversions, network topology and design, and technical projects in the legal, healthcare, architectural, and engineering disciplines.
Project management consultant for a hospital project to establish protocols and procedures for non-English speaking patients in consideration of security, health, and privacy requirements.
Project management consultant for several initiatives, including software deployment, network operating systems, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Server Operating Systems, and others.
Consulted as a project manager for new business startups, hospitals, architectural firms, and manufacturers.

Adult education
Created, designed, and led seminars on project management, PMP certification, IT project management, risk management, scheduling, Microsoft Project, technical writing, and goal achievement.
Designed web-based training with Articulate Studio, developed course materials, and led both public and private seminars, lectures, and speeches for organizations.
Taught college-level courses and corporate educational seminars on project management, program management, writing, business analysis, Microsoft products, workflow, process engineering, and related topics.
Produced course materials for custom seminars; courses include workbooks with exercises and quizzes, instructor materials, and slide decks.
Technical writing
Have completed hundreds of writing assignments for Pearson Education, CIO Magazine, MCP Magazine, Bedrock Learning, UCertify, and others.

Co-authored more than 30 books on technology, Microsoft products, and networking for MacMillan Press and Pearson Education.
Authored several books on project management, business analysis, and technical training for McGraw-Hill and the American Management Association Press.

Author
2000 to Present

Written, co-authored, or served as technical editor to more than 35 books on technology, careers, project management, and goal setting for MacMillan, McGraw-Hill, Pearson Education, and AMA Press.

Recent publications include:

PMP Project Management Professional Study Guide
McGraw-Hill; ISBN: 0071626735 CAPM/PMP All-in-One Exam Guide
McGraw-Hill; ISBN: 0071632999 PMP Project Management Lab Book
McGraw-Hill; ISBN: 0071744266 The Certified Technical Trainer All-in-One Exam Guide
McGraw-Hill; ISBN: 978-0071771160 IT Project Management: On Track from Start to Finish
McGraw-Hill; ISBN: 0071700439 Project Management for Small Business American Management Association Press;ISBN: 978-0814417676 The Lifelong Project
Amazon CreateSpace Publishers;
ISBN: 0615337546 Software Project Management for DummiesFor Dummies, PublisherISBN: 978-0471749349 Vampire Management: Why Your Job Sucks
Amazon CreateSpace Publishers;
ISBN: 978-0983970101
Education and certifications

Columbia College Chicago, 1995

Project Management Professional (PMP)

Comptia Project+ Professional

Comptia A+ Professional

Comptia Network+ Professional

Comptia Certified Technical Trainer+ Professional

Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer

Microsoft Certified Trainer

Course Features

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