Project 2010 MVP Webcast Series
Applies to: Project Server 2010
Topic Last Modified: 2012-02-20
The Microsoft Project 2010 MVP TechNet Webcast Series is composed of downloadable Webcasts that provide guidance and best practices to end users, IT professionals, and developers. You can also download and view the corresponding Microsoft PowerPoint slide presentations for each Webcast by downloading them from Project the 2010 MVP Webcast Series slide presentations page (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=193407) in the Microsoft Download Center.
You can view these Webcasts by clicking the following links to the Microsoft Events and Webcasts site:
TechNet Webcast: Managing the Project Life Cycle with Demand Management (Level 200)(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkID=190241): Demand Management, a new feature in Microsoft Project Server 2010, captures work proposals in one place and takes them through a multi-stage governance process using a SharePoint workflow model. In this presentation, we discuss Demand Management and its importance in managing project life cycles, and we explain how to configure Demand Management and the required components.
TechNet Webcast: Microsoft Project 2010 Portfolio Analysis (Level 200)(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=242594): In this webcast, we discuss the purpose of portfolio management, detail the portfolio management process according to Project Management Institute (PMI) standards, and explain the benefits of portfolio management and the challenges for the senior management. We describe portfolio management–related concepts and techniques, such as pair-wise comparison, prioritization matrix, and efficient frontier, and understand the benefits of these techniques in project prioritization, portfolio balancing, and optimization. Using Microsoft Project 2010 and applying the portfolio management techniques, we demonstrate typical portfolio management process scenarios.
TechNet Webcast: Resource Management in Microsoft Project 2010 (Level 200)(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=242595): In this webcast, we examine resource management from the perspective of the new and improved features in Project 2010. Topics we discuss include Team Planner, use of Status Indicator for overallocation, Team Builder, Issue Log, and Status using Task Updates. Join us to learn more.
TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010: Focus on Collaboration(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=242598): In this webcast, we introduce the integration of collaboration strategies and features of Microsoft Project Server 2010 for participants in a project management office (PMO)/project portfolio management (PPM) environment. Join us to learn what Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 has to offer with features such as Project Sites and Workspaces, version control, task synchronization between Project Server 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010, governance workflows, tagging, wikis, discussion boards, integration of connectivity with remote team members via the web and mobile devices, and business intelligence for dynamic reporting.
TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010: Focus on Project Management (Level 200)(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=242599): In this webcast, we introduce project management methodologies for people who are familiar with collaboration platforms. Discover how Microsoft Project Server 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 are better together. Topics we cover include risk management, issue management, resource constraint management, project alignment with strategic business objectives, demand management, cost analysis, and business intelligence for dashboards and status reporting.
TechNet Webcast: User-Controlled Scheduling in Microsoft Project 2010 (Level 200)(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=242602): There are situations when user-controlled scheduling offers an advantage, and sometimes you should turn off user-controlled scheduling. In this webcast, we demonstrate user-controlled scheduling in Project 2010 to show the benefits and drawbacks of user-controlled scheduling.