Get the Right People at the Right Time on Your Project Team
Attend project management training and you are likely to hear about resource leveling - the method of adjusting your schedule to avoid over- and under-allocating work to your team.
Have you heard of Resource Smoothing? Read this discussion to find out more.
Continuing your education through the use of ProjectManagement.com's discussion board is a good way to leverage the project management training you have attended.
PM4NGOs Brings Prove PM Techniques to NGO Community
The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management is influencing projects around the world, including projects to lift people out of poverty in developing countries.
Thanks to PM4NGOs, there is now a standard for project management that is designed for the international NGO community. In addition to its own standards, the non-profit has its own certification and project management training.
You can read more about this effort on the Microsoft Project User Group site.
Project Scheduling Principles Taught to Students and Professionals
It's interesting to see that the very same techniques that we present in our project management training in Seattle and online are presented to students at Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth!
This video shows Ed March describing Critical Path Scheduling.