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Dynamic Scheduling with Microsoft Project 2013

Book Description

Microsoft Project 2013 is a powerful software tool, and like all tools it requires knowledge and skill to be used to its maximum potential. This fully revised new edition provides users with everything they will need to more easily and effectively manage projects to a successful conclusion. Designed for the busy, practicing project manager, Dynamic Scheduling With Microsoft Project 2013 will help you get up to speed quickly with the new and enhanced features of Project 2013 (including Project Pro for Office 365) and enable you to create effective schedules using best practices, tips & tricks, and step-by-step instruction. Through the use of helpful screenshots, hands-on exercises, illustrations, and review questions, this guide instructs you on how to build dynamic schedules that will allow you to explore what-if scenarios and dramatically decrease the time you spend making static schedule changes. “A must read, reread, and use daily for all project managers” is what PMI’sProject Management Journal had to say about the previous edition. This updated version is even better!

Key Features
  • Fully aligned with the PMBOK Guide – Fifth EditionThe Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures – Second EditionThe Practice Standard for Scheduling – Second Edition, and The Practice Standard for Earned Value Management – Second Edition by the Project Management Institute
  • Validated training material for the new Microsoft Certification Exam 74-343: Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2013
  • Captures the best practices and insights that have been gained from thousands of real-life schedules and years of training project managers across all industries
  • WAV offers downloadable exercise files, a glossary of terms, filters to check your own project, an advance topics appendix, and a solutions manual for college professors available from the Web Added Value Download Resource Center at