To All Aspiring Project Ninjas
From the great food and great people to the keynotes and SharkPro sponsored evening event, there are plenty of reasons to attend Project Conference. But it's the second to none training events that truly makes the trip worthwhile for many of our users and I wanted to take this opportunity to focus on the conference experience for you. Whether you're just starting out with Project or a seasoned veteran, Project Conference is the single greatest opportunity to see how the experts use the tool, share your questions while networking with the community, and grow to master the tool. As much as we'd like to, Project Conference won't be hosted every year and there won’t be another worldwide Project Conference elsewhere, so we encourage you to register for Project Conference 2012.
We have a ton of great sessions for all audiences, but I wanted to highlight the key sessions that will help our desktop users (Standard or Professional) master the tool. To go along with our instructor led trainings, hands-on labs, and on-site certifications for Microsoft Project Managing Projects 70-178, we have the following sessions dedicated to the client to help train you and the rest of your team.
- 10 "Golden Rules" to work with Microsoft Project!
- Bridging Project Management and IT Service Management domains using Microsoft Project professional 2010
- Care and Feeding of the Zealots: Why Project users are disproportionately invested in their product, and how you can help spread the love
- Critical Chain Project Management using Microsoft Project Professional 2010 and Prochain: Implementing Project Portfolio Management
- Critical Path 2.0
- Designing with Project’s new manual scheduling type
- Desktop Reporting Overview
- Implementing PMI’s Practice Standard for Scheduling in Microsoft Project
- Leveraging Project 2010 with Office 365 for Project Management Success
- Making the Most of Project Professional When Managing Multiple Projects
- Managing your projects: Come find out how to save over 3 hours a week using Microsoft Project
- Microsoft Project Inappropriate Practices
- Modeling Traditional, Serial and SCRUM Techniques in Project 2010
- Project 2010 Desktop Overview
- Task Types
- The Painters, The Policemen and The Pope... understanding task movement in
Microsoft Project 2010
- YJTJ (Your Job Tool’s Job)™ – Working in Concert with Microsoft Project