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PMBoK 6 & MS Project 2016 (updated)

Good news for all users of Microsoft Project, you can now use “Scrum” or “Kanban” methodologies in your project planning, execution, and reporting. The point is that this new update in MS Project 2016 came concurrently with the launch of the

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Posted in Forecasting, MS Project, Project Management, Risk Management, Teaching

Manage Project Performance with EVM and Control Charts

This article describes how earned value management (EVM) indexes and control charts may be used in tangent to capture more insight from project performance. It is a very interesting article and I strongly suggest that you read the comments as well!

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Posted in Forecasting, Project Management, Project Management Math, Risk Management

Correlation in Schedule Risk

Introduction A key issue when undertaking Schedule Risk Analysis (SRA) is understanding correlation and its significance on results, this article aims to provide a simple example to illustrate correlation, and how SRA results are affected. Dr David Hulett, an expert

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Posted in Project Management, Risk Management

New PMI CCR program

PMI is updating its CCR program, by implementing quite a few changes Have a look at the following link: CCR Update.  

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Posted in Project Management

The most complete article on how to set schedule buffers in MS Project

risk-loaded schedule via EPM Team – ProjectPro: Setting Buffers (Part 1: Schedule Buffer).    

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Posted in MS Project, Project Management, Risk Management

Analytical techniques for risk management

  I’ve recently posted a question (on a LinkedIn Group) regarding the usage of analytical techniques in Risk management. The responses I got where very enlightening, so therefore I encourage you to have a look at them! Analytical techniques for risk management

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Using Cost Resources–best practices

A marvelous post (from Mr Ben Howard)  on how to deal with Cost Resources! via Using Cost Resources–best practise « Ben Howard, Applepark – Project Server Consultant.

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Posted in MS Project, Project Management

How to interpret the microsoft exam score (MSP)

700 does not  equal 70%!!!!!  All MCP exam scores are scaled. This process converts the number of points that you earned on the exam—in most cases, this is equivalent to the number of questions that you answered correctly (this is called

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Posted in MS Project

Formation vidéo sur MS Project 2010

For my french speaking friends…. Below you will find a link to 38 videos explaining in detail the use of msp 2010. enjoy!

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