KPI’s by Formula
Overwhelmed by data? Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. Microsoft Project Server and Project Online have the ability to track and report on almost any metric a user can imagine. The problem however is that digging through table after table of data can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. During project status meetings or executive briefings, it may be […]
7 Tips for Project Lessons Learned
Background Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) defines lessons learned as the learning gained from the process of performing the project. Formally conducted lessons learned sessions are traditionally held during project close-out, near the completion of the project. However, lessons learned may be identified and documented at any point during the project’s life cycle. The purpose […]
Have You Seen the Burning Man?
Have you ever noticed the “burning man” icon in the Gantt Chart view of a schedule in Microsoft Project? If you haven’t – then you’re an either amazing scheduler or you probably don’t use MS Project much. On the other hand, if you have noticed this icon (which indicates that you have an over-allocated resource) then don’t panic! As […]