In this two-day event, Project’s hottest vendors will showcase their products and services for the MPUG community.
Learn best practices for creating and presenting multi-project portfolios in Microsoft Project and OnePager Pro.
More and more project managers and being asked to schedule, coordinate, and report on multiple projects simultaneously. There are some unique challenges associated with scheduling, resourcing, and reporting on more than one project at once.
The goal of this class is to give you some tips and tricks to overcome these challenges. We’ll show you how Microsoft Project is designed to manage multiple projects – if you know a few simple steps – and how OnePager Pro can help you report on multiple projects more effectively and efficiently.
- How to build a Microsoft Project plan containing multiple projects
- How to avoid common mistakes in setting up a Microsoft Project master file
- How to load resources across multiple projects in Microsoft Project
- How OnePager Pro can create multi-project reports WITHOUT using a master plan, if an integrated master schedule is not an option
- Best practices for grouping, sorting, and conditional formatting in OnePager Pro when building a portfolio-level report
Jay Leslie is Vice President of Business Development at Chronicle Graphics and is a Gantt Artist.
Jay carries with him thirteen years of project management experience within the cable, telecom, construction, and software development industries. The spectrum of projects and programs that Jay has managed throughout his career is broad and deep, enabling him to help clients implement Chronicle Graphics software in a multitude of applications. His employment history includes positions at Narvaes Construction, Leslie Brothers Construction, CSG Systems, Echostar Satellite Services, Comcast, and Level 3 Communications.
Date and Time:
August 19th-20th, 2014