At the beginning is the obvious and flippant answer. But seriously how do you go about producing a project plan from scratch? Years ago I had a question from a participant on one of my training courses. When does a project become a project and need a project plan? There can be some undertakings that […]
In my last blog article I focused upon the procurement process, something that is sometimes neglected in projects and then when it becomes apparent it has a dramatic impact on the timeline of the project. To an extent I provided a clue to this in my last article. In effect working back from when something […]
This is not a guarantee but following these 6 steps can dramatically improve the chances of your Project being a success. [ribbon_new header=”h2″ style=”light”]My 6 steps are as follows:[/ribbon_new] Prepare Plan Communicate Monitor Control Review [ribbon_new header=”h3″ style=”light”]1 Preparation[/ribbon_new]The first step to success is preparation and it is amazing how many projects fail due to […]
The security model in Project Server can take a while to fully appreciate, the interplay of groups, categories and security templates is a fairly complex concept and can sometimes throw up unexpected anomalies. Our advice when managing and designing security protocols is to keep things as simple as possible and avoid users belonging to too […]
My name is Dominic Moss and I am part of the Project Server Team at Wellingtone. I have been assisting customers with the use of Microsoft Project and Project Server through consultancy and training delivery for the past 18 years. In addition to computer based tools training I have also helped a lot of customers […]
My apologies for the somewhat contorted title for this blog article, I tried to think of other ways to describe this concept but this was the best I could come up with for now. If anyone would like to suggest an alternative title once they have read this blog feel free to make a suggestion […]
Some of you may have noticed I like to make the odd “Cultural Reference” in my blog articles. When running training courses I sometimes make reference to some features only running to 10 not 11 which gets a laugh from those of a certain age. Have you got this blogs cultural reference* yet?