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Project Server 2010 Demand Management Webcast series

 

Applies to: Project Server 2010

Topic Last Modified: 2011-08-05

The Microsoft Project Server 2010 Demand Management Webcast Series is composed of four on-demand webcasts targeted at end users. These webcasts introduce the concepts of Demand Management by doing the following:

  • Explaining the framework for the project/program phases of Create, Select, Plan, Manage, and Close

  • Explaining how to integrate information paths and strategic objectives

  • Providing use-case examples that showcase the enterprise-wide benefits of the Demand Management feature in Project Server 2010

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For additional information about Demand Management, see the white paper Microsoft Project Server 2010  - A look at Demand Management, A whitepaper for stakeholders in a program ecosystem (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=191854).

The Project Server 2010 Demand Management Webcast Series includes the following four on-demand video presentations:

  • TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 Demand Management (Part 1 of 4): Overview (Level 200)   This Webcast highlights the new Demand Management feature in Project Server 2010. The topics covered in this Webcast include how Demand Management in Project Server 2010 does the following things:

    • Offers positive business impacts for multiple departments

    • Enhances strategic visibility into portfolios, programs, and projects across the enterprise

    • Benefits governance control processes by allowing for multiple lifecycle styles, creation of a central repository for project/program documents and data, and more streamlined capabilities for collecting project data

  • Project Server 2010 Demand Management (Part 2 of 4): Create and Select Phases   This Webcast outlines the framework for the project/program phases of "Create" and "Select". It explains how to integrate information paths and strategic objectives within the Demand Management feature in Project Server 2010. The topics covered in this Webcast include:

    • Costs

    • Corporate benefit and strategic impact

    • Organizational approach

    • Utilization of necessary resources

    • Risk assessment

    • Defining conditions leading to project/program selection by outlining the business drivers

    • Strategic priorities

    • Scenarios

    • Risk assessment

    • Impact standards

    • Assumption/constraint analysis

  • Project Server 2010 Demand Management (Part 3 of 4): Plan, Manage, and Close Phases   This Webcast outlines the framework for the project/program phases of Plan, Manage, and Close. It also explains how to integrate information paths and strategic objectives within the Demand Management feature in Project Server 2010. The topics covered in this Webcast include:

    • Defining project structure of phases

    • Identifying milestones and dependencies

    • Developing resource management policies

    • Monitoring actual values in comparison with planned values and forecasts

    • Integrated change control processes

    • Status reporting

    • Issue/risk management progress

    • Obtaining appropriate sign-offs

    • Completing and archiving of project documents forming organization assets

  • Project Server 2010 Demand Management (Part 4 of 4): Test the Theory and Review   This Webcast provides use-case examples that showcase the enterprise-wide benefits of the Demand Management feature in Project Server 2010. It also covers best practices for integration, implementation, and execution of demand management.

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You can download the Microsoft PowerPoint slide presentations used for each of the Webcasts in the Project Server 2010 Demand Management Webcast Series from the Microsoft Project Server 2010 Demand Management Webcast Series slide presentations page (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=193409) in the Microsoft Download Center.

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