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Increasing Visibility into Project Performance With Project Online

By Baz Khinda Following on from the introductory article last month The Future PMO Tool is not Excel, let’s continue to understand how you could continue to work smarter to increase visibility into Project Performance using Microsoft Project Online. To … Continue reading

New Power BI Content Pack for Microsoft Project

Following on from the original Power BI Content Pack, launched back in 2015, the next iteration (v1.6 to be precise) is now finally available and the team unanimously agreed that it’s both beautiful and of course hugely insightful! Compared to … Continue reading

The Future PMO Tool is not Excel

So, you’re working hard in a fast-paced PMO but could you be working smarter? Often (on most occasions) when we ask, “What tools are you using in the PMO?” whether it be for scheduling, resourcing, managing RAID logs, reporting financials … Continue reading

Wellingtone’s Future PMO Brings Exciting Changes to our Industry

During the successful FuturePMO conference in London’s Hammersmith Novotel, Wellingtone Project Management not only revealed their new look and PPM DNA services, but also made a commitment to the PMO industry through the FuturePMO ethos and promise of future events, … Continue reading

Important Notification for Microsoft Project 2013 Users

What’s the issue? As of 30 June 2017, Microsoft Project 2013 users will no longer be able to connect to Project Online. Microsoft will be changing the minimum version you can connect to Project Online to Microsoft Project 2016. This … Continue reading

Issue with Icons in Project Sites | SharePoint

For some of our SharePoint lists (particularly Risks, Issues and PM Updates) we use conditional icons to indicate RAG statuses and Overdue statues. For example: We use these via calculated columns within SharePoint. Microsoft are blocking this functionality for Project … Continue reading

eVa22 – Brexibility

For the third year running, Wellingtone will be in exhibiting at eVa22 at the wonderful Armourer’s Hall in London. This is one of the best project management conferences for project control knowledge, learning & development as well as an opportunity … Continue reading

Project Online Client Requirements are Changing

As suggested by the title, the Project Online client requirements are changing! The reason being that Microsoft are making architectural changes to features in Project Online which impact older versions of Project that currently connect to Project Online. You can … Continue reading

Office 365 Project Online: Essentials, Professional, and Premium

If you’d just familiarised yourself with all of the Microsoft PPM licenses, i.e. Project Lite, Project Online, Project Online with Project for Office 365. it’s time for you to dust off the neutraliser (memory eraser) and acquaint yourself with the … Continue reading

Microsoft Project & Portfolio Management: Future Vision

Microsoft Project has evolved significantly since its launch in 1987, and continues to evolve! If you’re trying to cast your mind back to 1987, that’s the year that “The Lost Boys” and “Predator” came out whilst new episodes of Only … Continue reading

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