Dynamic Scheduling with Microsoft Project® 2007
Everyone who has built a project plan understands that it is only a snapshot of what we hope will happen. Once “real life” intercedes, we see that the project plan is a spider’s web of interrelated activities. An unexpected delay doesn’t just affect one line in a Gantt chart; it can disrupt several other activities. Managing the Gantt chart or task list becomes a time-consuming task in itself.
Enter Dynamic Scheduling. By properly leveraging the capabilities of Microsoft Project®, you to can more effectively manage your project schedule and adjust your timeline as events unfold. Learn how to:
- Distinguish between rigid and dynamic scheduling
- Build task relationships using dependency types, lead and lag
- Use a dynamic schedule to proactively manage the project
Time: 1 to 2 hours, including exercises
Credits: 1 PDU