20 Custom Filters for Schedule Analysis [Microsoft Project]

By Aaron J. Parham, PMP, CSM, MS Project Orange Belt 2013 Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton Interested in submitting a guest blog? Here’s how. Here is a list of 20 custom filters and criteria for creating them. You can use these filters to analyze schedules for completeness, find common scheduling errors, and create custom reports. Sequencing Logic 1. Tasks

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Key Drivers to Scheduling Success with Microsoft® Project 2013

By Keith Wilson, B.Comm., PMP, MCT, MCTS, Project Server Black Belt, Senior Trainer and Consultant, IIL  Project success means delivering your goods, service or result by meeting the expectations with respect to the project constraints (Scope, Quality, Resources, Time and Cost). A recent study of technology projects found that 94% of projects had to go through a restart,

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Can Microsoft® Project Be Used for Agile Projects?

By Keith Wilson, B.Comm., PMP, MCT, MCTS  |  Senior Trainer and Consultant, IIL  Can Microsoft Project be used for Agile projects? Yes! Customizable fields and custom groups can be used effectively to create an Agile template. Custom fields allow you to add project-specific information, which can be used to filter or group tasks to provide different

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