We all get excited about different things, I know a few people who get extremely cheerful when they see new concepts of the iPhone 7, and there are others (me) who get euphoric over sci-fi announcements, and if you didn’t know already there’s a new Star Trek TV series on the horizon! But today, the […]
I did a ‘Bing’ search earlier, not a ‘Google’ search (being a Microsoft partner we naturally love all things Microsoft), so what did I search? I sense you asking. I searched for types of cloud and I ended up on the Met Office ‘cloud spotting guide’ it’s an interesting read and before you know it, […]
Wrong choices, we’ve all made them. For example, the perm I had when I was at university, it seemed like a great idea at the time. But on reflection, it never should have happened. However, the topic for this article isn’t a countdown of the worst hairstyles (subjective), it’s about making informed choices when it […]
In my last article I introduced the concept of Project Server Workflow phases and stages and how this element of the solution can be used to identify where a project is in an established Project Lifecycle. The Workflow Phases element provides the framework within which Workflow Stages can be ordered. In the screen image above […]
In my last blog article I covered the concept of Matrix Management and how it can be accommodated and supported in Project Server, the article was compiled as a result of a request from a customer on one of the training courses I was running. I am forever learning about Microsoft Project and Project Server […]
An apology first off to any of you who being aware of my cultural references thought this article might in some way make reference to Nemo, his friends and enemies. There is a saying that Project Management is a discipline for masochists as there is never enough time, money or resource available to deliver what […]
Generic Resources as a feature of the Project Server solution are a well-established concept, not only can they be assigned to tasks in Enterprise Template schedules they can also be used in Portfolio Analysis to identify “Resource Deficits” when considering a mix of projects arising from a Portfolio Analysis selection.
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?