Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2016

Gain hands-on expertise in Microsoft 74-343 exam with the Managing Projects with Microsoft Project course and performance-based labs. Performance-based labs simulate real-world, hardware, software & command line interface environments and can be mapped to any text-book, course & training. The course and performance-based labs focus on the objectives of the 74-343 exam and familiarize you with the basic features and functions of Microsoft Project Professional 2016 so that you can use it effectively and efficiently in a real-world environment. The course and lab also cover the critical knowledge and skills a project manager needs to create a project plan with MS Project 2016 during the planning phase of a project.

Here's what you will get

Managing Projects with Microsoft Project exam is intended for students who are new to Microsoft Project. The exam measures the candidate's skills to initialize a project, create a task-based schedule, manage resources and assignments, track and analyze a project, and communicate project information.

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Exam FAQs
What is the exam registration fee? USD 165
What is the format of the exam? Best answer, drag-and-drop, case studies, hot area, and so on.
How many questions are asked in the exam? The exam contains 40-60 questions.
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the MS-Project-2016, click here.
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Here's what you will learn

  • Why Do People Think Project Is Hard to Use?
  • When to Use Project
  • Strategic Importance of Project 2016
  • Improving Results with a Proven, Effective Approach
  • Summary
  • Mapping Project to Your Methodology Will Increase Effectiveness
  • An Overview of the PM Process Groups
  • Summary
  • What Is EPM?
  • EPM as a Central Repository for Resources and Projects
  • Understanding Roles within EPM
  • Summary
  • Getting Started, and Moving Around Project
  • Key Options and Settings You Need to Know About
  • Working with Calendars
  • Summary
  • What Is a WBS, and Why Is It Important?
  • Entering Your WBS: Phases, Tasks, and Milestones
  • Managing Your WBS
  • Summary
  • Estimating Duration vs. Estimating Work—What's the Difference?
  • Program Evaluation and Review Technique
  • Summary
  • Understanding Dependencies
  • Using Constraints and Deadlines
  • Understanding and Viewing the Critical Path
  • Summary
  • Setting Up Your Resource Pool
  • Assigning Resources and Costs
  • Analyzing Resource Usage and Resource Leveling
  • Summary
  • Six Factors that Drive the Calculation of Time (Dates and Duration) for Automatic Scheduling
  • Four Factors that Affect the Calculation of Cost
  • Switching from Manual Scheduling to Automatic Scheduling
  • Summary
  • Understanding Major View Components
  • Task Views
  • Resource Views
  • Summary
  • Creating Custom Fields
  • Using Tables and Creating Custom Tables
  • Summary
  • Using Filters and Highlights
  • Using Groups
  • Using Sorts and Auto-filters
  • Summary
  • Setting Dependencies
  • Creating Custom Views
  • Formatting Text and Bar Styles
  • Sharing and Sending Project Information and Reports
  • Summary
  • Creating Master Schedules
  • Critical Path Across Projects
  • Reporting and Analyzing Across Projects
  • Summary
  • Understanding and Setting Baselines
  • Viewing Baselines
  • Maintaining Baselines
  • Summary
  • Understanding and Entering Percent Complete
  • Understanding and Entering Actuals
  • Summary
  • Understanding Variance
  • Analyzing Variance and Taking Corrective Action
  • Earned-Value Analysis
  • Summary

Hands on Activities (Labs)

MS-Project-2016 MS-Project-2016
Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2016
ISBN : 9781616917456
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