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Microsoft Office Excel 2007 for Project Managers

  • ID: 2251135
  • Book
  • January 2007
  • 344 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Maximize Your Productivity with these Project Management Tools and Skills

Combine the power of Excel 2007, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, and sound project management tools to bring added value to your skill set. You′ll walk through a project and learn step by step how to use these powerful tools to schedule jobs, create budgets, manage processes, and share project information. Whether new to project management or a veteran, you′ll discover techniques, hints, and examples you can use immediately. As a bonus, Excel templates and checklists are available online that you can apply to your next project.

  • Master the fundamentals of Microsoft Excel 2007 and SharePoint Server
  • Review key management skills such as communication and negotiation
  • Define project goals and create a Project Charter
  • Learn the five steps of the project management process
  • Set up schedules, estimates, and budgets using Excel 2007
  • Create Gantt charts, network diagrams, and scatter charts
  • Assign teams, handle changes, and take corrective action
  • Publish and archive project information using SharePoint

Valuable extras online!

Visit [external URL] for bonus Excel templates and checklists you can use immediately.

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Chapter 1. Establishing Project Management Fundamentals.

Chapter 2. Establishing Excel and Office 2007 Share Point Server Fundamentals.

Chapter 3. Initiating the Project.

Chapter 4. Determining Project Requirements.

Chapter 5. Planning and Acquiring Resources.

Chapter 6. Assessing and Tracking Risk.

Chapter 7. Quality Management.

Chapter 8. Constructing the Project Schedule and Budget.

Chapter 9. Establishing Change Control Processes.

Chapter 10. Controlling Project Outcomes and Archiving Documents.

Appendix A. Excel Function Junction.


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Kim Heldman is the bestselling author of
PMP Study Guide, Third Edition and
Project Management Jumpstart, Second Edition as well as Chief Information Officer for the Colorado Department of Natural Resources.

William Heldman is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). He is a computer technology instructor at a career and technical education high school in Lakewood, Colorado.

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