Monitoring your project can generally be broken down into reviewing and tracking project progress. Example One: The accidental project manager : You’ve created your schedule, everybody is busy working on the tasks that you’ve assigned them to, and you assume everything is going as planned. The longer you wait to find problems, the worse the problems get.
Variances from the original plan (or baseline) are identified and managed to keep the project within scope, on time, and within budget. Keep the following in mind as you monitor the progress of your schedule.
Submitting task progress is a way to capture a broader description of how you think things are going with your tasks.
Microsoft Project Certification can lead to better visibility, opportunities, and jobs.
These tutorials are not just about how the tool itself works, but also how and when you should use the features in your project.
All the tutorials are free and new ones are added frequently.
With all certifications, you must study to pass the certification exam.
Although there are many certifications available, the basic steps to obtain certification are the same -- Study, Train, and Test.
The more difficult a certification is to obtain, the more respected and admired it becomes.
Additionally, the more certifications an individual possesses, the more respect and admiration he/she is given.
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