We get it: you’re lazy (or really efficient, depending on your point of view).
You’ve just kicked off a new project and have been tasked with building a new Microsoft Project schedule from the ground up. The thing is, your new project is so similar to the last project that you managed, that you’re tempted to copy your old project plan over, change a few dates and tasks, and call it done.
Everybody does it. Continue reading
We posted a video about this feature back in January, but wanted to make sure everyone clearly understands what this means: OnePager users no longer need Microsoft Project on their desktop in order to create OnePager visuals using their data on Project Server or Project Online!
We’ve had users asking for months for a recorded New User Orientation. Especially our non-US based customers. It’s here! Once you’ve had a look, please feel free to send any questions my way at email@example.com.
We recently discovered a smart psychiatrist named Jon Leiff, during our reading of “Good Charts” by Scott Berinato. (Good Charts is a treasure trove of information, if you’re interested in learning more about making better charts…a must read for any business professional).
Dr. Lieff inked a blog post back in April of 2015 titled “How Does Expectation Affect Perception.” In it, he digs into how our brains are programmed to take information in, and how that programming impacts our interpretation of that information (a gross oversimplification).
In presenting Gantt charts and other plan communications, setting expectations is very important in ensuring that our audience can absorb the information they require as quickly and easily as possible.