Microsoft Project Server 2010 Demand Management (Part 1 of 4): Overview – Webcast on May 4th 2010
Following this announcement: ANNOUNCING Microsoft Project Server 2010 Demand Management Webcast Series - Mark your Calendars!, a quick reminder that the series starts tomorrow morning with Tim Cermak, Senior Portfolio Advisor, Advisicon: Tuesday, May 04, 2010 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada):
Project Server 2010 Demand Management (Part 1 of 4): Overview
This is the first webcast in a four-part series in which we discuss the concepts of demand management in Microsoft Project Server 2010. In this webcast, we highlight the new Demand Management feature in Project Server 2010. Topics we cover include how demand management in Project Server 2010:
- Offers positive business impacts for multiple departments.
- Enhances strategic visibility into portfolios, programs, and projects across the enterprise.
- Benefits governance control processes by allowing for multiple lifecycle styles, creation of a central repository for project/program documents and data, and more streamlined capabilities for collecting project data.
Tim Cermak is a senior portfolio advisor with Advisicon, Inc. His extensive experience includes complex project and portfolio program implementation and development, primarily in the manufacturing, IT, and financial industries. Tim holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree and the prestigious Project Management Professional (PMP) credential offered through the Project Management Institute (PMI). Tim served as a vice president of Global Strategic Alliances for the Microsoft Project Association where he honed his expertise of building strategic partnerships and formalizing the structural development of communities of practices worldwide for Microsoft Project technology.