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Podcast: Project Server planning (Project Server 2010)

 

Applies to: Project Server 2010

Topic Last Modified: 2011-08-05

In this podcast, planning considerations for Microsoft Project Server 2010 are discussed by Microsoft Program Manager Treb Gatte and consultant, author, and Microsoft MVP Gary Chefetz. This is a high-level discussion that includes the following subjects:

  • Organizational readiness

  • Management commitment

  • Managing organizational culture shift

  • Defining business goals

  • Identifying and working with stakeholders

  • User training considerations

Download the podcast from the Microsoft Download Center (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=190420).

This podcast is 45 minutes long.

Treb Gatte photo   Treb Gatte, MBA

Treb Gatte is a Program Manager on the Microsoft Project Server product team. He is responsible for the Setup, Upgrade, and Business Intelligence features for Microsoft Project Server 2010. Previously, he was the Project Manager for Wachovia Bank's Information Technology implementation of Microsoft Office Project Server 2003. Treb has over 19 years of experience in project management, business process development, and software development management. He has a Bachelor of Science in Management from Louisiana State University and a Masters of Business Administration from Wake Forest University.

 

Gary Chefetz photo   Gary L. Chefetz , MCTIP, MCT, MCTS

Gary Chefetz is the founder of MSProjectExperts, a Microsoft EPM Solution consultancy. He is co-author of the popular MSProjectExperts series covering Microsoft Office Project and Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 and author of Implementing Enterprise Portfolio Management with Microsoft Project Server 2002. He is co-author of the EPM Learning Series books Managing Enterprise Projects with Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 and Administering an Enterprise PMO using Microsoft Office Project Server 2003. Gary is active in the Project Server groups in the Microsoft communities.

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