- Aimed at a UK/European user audience
- Requires no technical or in-depth computer
- Provides an excellent framework for those who need
to see meaningful results quickly
Whether your project is extremely complex, is cost or time sensitive, or whether it is relatively straightforward, project management tools allow you to stay in complete control.
Until very recently project management was categorised
as being very specialised with dedicated staff allocated to
project planning activities. However, with the continued
proliferation of the personal computer, especially in the
small business environment, the opportunity to create a
"software expert" in this field has arisen. Thus, where
project management software was once an expensive and
technical field in which to become involved, it has now
become affordable, with sophisticated computer programs
being available at a reasonable cost.
Microsoft Project is used by businesses large and small to provide a software solution to the problem of project management. It is easy to use, comprehensive, and provides a complete set of tools designed to administer effective project control. Microsoft Project enables all sizes and types of business to plan and track project tasks ensuring that critical milestones and deadlines are met. With the availability of project calendars, Gantt charts, PERT charts, and other useful reports, Microsoft Project ensures that project activity is effectively communicated to managers, staff and suppliers.
Microsoft Project 2000 Made Simple provides a comprehensive and informative introduction for those who wish to use Microsoft Project for project management. It is written in a clear and concise style and is jargon free to enable readers to understand the points being made and consequently learn how to use the package quickly and effectively.
- Managing projects
- Microsoft Project 2000: getting started
- Working with views
- Getting help
- Project building blocks
- Managing project resources
- Working with tasks
- Project costs
- Producing project charts
- Formatting your project
- Keeping your project on track
- Multiple projects
- Sharing project information.
L'auteur Brendan Murphy
Senior Manager responsible for information systems within a large public sector organisation and lecturer in Internet Studies with the Open University. Brendan has taught part-time in further education for over ten years and is a member of the British Computer Society and the Institute of Management Information Systems where he has acted as both examiner and moderator for Pascal programming and other subjects.
Caractéristiques techniques du livre "Project 2000"
|Nb. de pages||134|
|Format||19 x 24,6|
|Intérieur||Noir et Blanc|
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