Microsoft Project Issue: Tracking Methods
Microsoft Project is powerful. Sometimes it is TOO powerful.
How can it be TOO Powerful? Project is designed to handle a wide range of project scenarios. Tom Henry, for example, just posted a blog on MPUG describing the three tracking methods available in Microsoft Project.
In our Microsoft Project training, Versatile teaches you all the ways that Microsoft Project can help you solve your project management problems. Even better, you could do what a client in Minnesota did this past week: add a day of consulting onto two days of training. The consulting session allowed our expert facilitator to lead the team to create a template and a procedure that specifically addresses their project environment.
After reading Tom Henry's post, if you still need to learn more about tracking methods, attend Versatile's Microsoft Project training, either at a public class or set up a private class.