Microsoft® Office Project 2007: Professional
Course 084627: One day; Instructor-Led
Software: Microsoft® Office Project Professional 2007
Microsoft Office Project 2007 Standard enables you to create and manage your projects in a standalone desktop environment. But to analyze projects, optimize resources, and prioritize work in a way that meets an organization's overall business objectives, you need to use a more encompassing project management solution. In this course, you will use Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007 to create, coordinate, and communicate project information in a consistent and efficient manner within the framework of an Enterprise Project Management (EPM) environment.
You will use Microsoft Project Professional 2007 to create, coordinate, and communicate project information in a consistent and efficient manner within the framework of an existing EPM environment.
This course is designed for a person who needs to create and manage projects in an existing enterprise environment to optimize resources, analyze projects, and prioritize work to meet overall business objectives.
Students enrolling in this class should have an understanding of project management concepts and knowledge of a Windows operating system and a Web browser. They should also have taken the following Element K courses (or possess equivalent knowledge): Microsoft Office Project 2007Level 1 and Microsoft Office Project 2007 Level 2 .
The following Element K courses would be helpful, but are not required: Project Management Fundamentals (online instructor-led course), Harvard Manage Mentor Project Management (online self-paced course), Project Management Fundamentals Parts 1 and 2 (online self-paced courses). Knowledge of Microsoft Office Word 2007, Microsoft Office Excel 2007, and Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 would also be helpful.
Lesson 1: Creating a New Enterprise Project on the Project Server
Topic 1A: Establish Access to the Project Server
Topic 1B: Open an Existing Enterprise Project
Topic 1C: Create a New Enterprise Project Based on an Enterprise Template
Topic 1D: Save a New Project to the Project Server
Lesson 2: Resourcing an Enterprise Project
Topic 2A: Substitute Enterprise Resources Automatically
Topic 2B: Build a Team from the Enterprise Resource Pool
Topic 2C: Add Local Resources to Tasks
Lesson 3: Establishing the Project Baseline
Topic 3A: Publish an Enterprise Project to the Team
Topic 3B: Save a Baseline Version
Lesson 4: Managing Project Updates
Topic 4A: Update a Project
Topic 4B: Update Task Progress
Topic 4C: View Update History
Topic 4D: Request Progress Information for Selected Tasks
Topic 4E: Mark Task Updates Submitted by Enterprise Resources
Topic 4F: Adjust Updates from Resources
Lesson 5: Managing a Project
Topic 5A: Manage Costs
Topic 5B: Manage Issues
Topic 5C: Mitigate Risks
Lesson 6: Managing Project-Related Information
Topic 6A: Change Managers for Assignments
Topic 6B: Request Periodic Status Reports
Topic 6C: View Responses
Topic 6D: Upload a Document
Topic 6E: AutoFilter Project-Related Files
Lesson 7: Analyzing Enterprise Project Information
Topic 7A: Compare Versions of an Enterprise Project
Topic 7B: View Projects in the Project Center
Project 2007 Professional