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Speaking of Success!
For several decades, David Zimmer has studied and applied the principles to success to his own life. He developed a tactical plan for success that has been used by others to chart their course of success. In Speaking of Success, Mr. Zimmer explains the same method used in his workshops so that you can benefit from his Tactical Plan For Success. The plan helps you be successful in all aspects of your life, not just one.
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Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers. 3 John 1:2
Saturday, September 30, 2006
A Guide to Practical Project Plans
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Microsoft Project is a project management tool used by many to manage their projects. To some, it is a scheduling tool. To others, it is a resource management and budgeting tool. And to many more, it is simply a nightmare.
Many users of MS Project are self-taught. Unfortunately, they don't have the time because of other priorities, to learn the program properly. As a result, they commit critical errors that cause the plan to become unmanageable. Or, as they record events in their plan, trying to track the progress of their project, what they expect should happen, e.g., seeing the impact of changes or slippages to their schedule, elude them. They typically begin to enter dates based upon the impacts. In frustration, they soon realize that they would be better off using MS Excel to manage the project and lose the power of MS Project. They shelve their plans and use some other method.
According to Microsoft, MS Project is for project management. Because many project managers are not formally trained in project management, Microsoft has included the knowledge of project management in the functioning of MS Project. As a result, there are many times it reacts to input and causes confusion and consternation.
David A. Zimmer unlocks the "code" of MS Project and "lifts the covers" to explain what MS Project is doing for you and to you. The very same information he has taught to thousands of users, he delivers in this book. He provides the 9 Steps to Effective Project Plans and the
7 Cardinal Rules of MS Project. Major companies around the United States of America employ his techniques to successfully manage projects. More importantly, they understand the use of MS Project for their projects and the wealth of information it provides once the plan is built properly.