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Course NT-PMS(I) Microsoft Project Server for Project Managers

The course provides project managers with the knowledge and skills to use Microsoft Project Server, an organization's collaborative project management tool.

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • use Microsoft Project Server for project management;
  • improve the quality of project implementation.

Audience Profile

Project managers, as well as specialists involved in the implementation of projects.

Before attending this course, students must have:

  • mandatory attendance of the course “NT-PM(I). Project management using Microsoft Project” or equivalent knowledge;
  • it is desirable to attend the course “NT-PM101. Project management methodology and business practice specifics” or equivalent knowledge.
  • experience with Microsoft SharePoint.
  1. General overview of project collaboration with Project server
  2. How a user interacts with Project server
  3. Fundamentals of using Project Server project managers
  4. Project Web App (PWA) Interface
  5. Working with projects
    • Create a new project
    • Working with the project using PWA, describing tasks, assigning resources, saving a baseline, and other actions
    • Saving, publishing, editing, retrieving and checking in projects
  6. Work in the project center. Project details
    • Page structure
    • Page setup
    • View selection
    • Export tabular data to Excel
  7. Working with resources
    • Adding resources to the project team. Group building
    • Assign resources to tasks
    • Resource Center page structure. Customizing the appearance of the page. View selection
    • View resource assignments
    • View availability information for a resource
  8. General principles for exchanging assignment data between a resource and a project manager
  9. Work with assigned tasks
    • The structure of the task page, customizing its appearance
    • Assignment details page
    • Resource Task Updates
    • Creation of new tasks by the resource. Assign yourself to existing tasks. Task Reassignment
  10. Supervisor work with task updates
    • General provisions
    • Structure of the approvals page, customizing its appearance
    • Getting detailed information about updating a task
    • Accept and reject updates. Project update
    • Viewing the history of task changes
  11. Using the Project Website Workspace
  12. Work with documents, risks and project issues

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