They say they want a resolution: white paper (Project Server 2007)
Updated: December 12, 2011
Topic Last Modified: 2012-03-26
This white paper describes some common challenges you may face when scheduling projects. It describes coming up with the best approach when trying to determine how long tasks should be and how many tasks should there be to optimize a project schedule. It talks how different industries typically require different types of schedules (for example, software development, EPM (engineering, procurement, and construction), and plant shutdown). It also discusses several factors in choosing project resolution (for example, length of project, resources involved, management or division of resources, speed and effort required in collecting data, and data update schedule). This white paper is written by Chris Vandersluis of HMS Software, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.
To download this white paper, click They say they want a resolution: white paper (Project Server 2007) (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=236030) (file size: approximately 148 KB).
The following white papers by Chris Vandersluis are also available for download:
For more information about Chris Vandersluis, see the "From the Trenches" column located on the Project Server 2007 TechCenter (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=208602) on Microsoft TechNet.