This is a DIY post about creating The Project Online administrator links, a Promoted links list with a couple of the most used administrator actions for Project Online. I’ve created the administrator links in Project Online, but it can also be created in much the same way in PPM 2013 and 2016.
This weekend I’ve been working hard on something new: I’ve started a newsletter mail list!
Hi readers, and welcome to another year!
2017, it’s going to be a great year with a lot of exciting new developments I’m sure. But let’s take a last look at 2016 and what happened on The Project Corner Blog, and with Erik van Hurck in general.
Best post, best month, best tweet
This time I would like to focus not only on a general outline of the year. But let’s take a look at some of the successes. The general outline for 2016 is excellent! in total close to 15,400 visitors and a total of more than 25,000 page visits! Continue reading 2016, some statistics
Ah yes, I couldn’t resist to do another book review. And best of all, you can get a free copy of this book yourself, more on that later.
This is a review for The GAO Schedule Assessment Guide. The subtitle might say it all: Best Practices for Project Schedules. Awesome, let’s take a look:
A while back, I started a series of posts about the best tools for Project
Management. Since then Microsoft created new applications and I would like to take a closer look at one of them: Microsoft Planner! Or how it’s also called: Planner or Planner for Office 365.
I’ll review Planner just like I did with Excel, Project and Project Server. Here goes: Continue reading Best tools for Project Management: Microsoft Planner
Sorry for the radio silence the last few weeks. I’d like to post regularly but I’ve had a full agenda the last 2 months that didn’t permit me to write as frequently as I’d like. In this post I’d like to share one of the big changes that has happened. And also a heads up what’s coming and finally the winner of the book contest! But first: Continue reading A new challenge
Welcome (back) reader, this post is an extensive book review, documenting my views and opinions on the book: The Ultimate Application Administrator’s Guide for Project Online. We have encountered the authors of the book more than once before. The guys at Sensei Project Solutions wrote multiple, high value, beautifully designed books related to the products MS Project, Project Server and Project Online.
I’ve spent the last few weeks reading the Fast Forward MBA in Project Management, a great book by Eric Verzuh who is, besides a bestselling author, the president of The Versatile Company, a firm that delivers training on project management topics to thousands of professionals every year.
This is the first best seller on the topic of Project Management I have read, and I do need to say that it is a best seller for a reason.
Reading a book about project management is a welcome sidestep from reading about the Microsoft Project and Project Online tools. This book describes processes, and methodology more than what button you should push next. I hope you’ll like the review on: The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management.
In this post I would like to share my 3 favorite Microsoft Project Reports. Be aware that these are reports created using the technology that has been available since the 2013 version of Project. If you are curious about older reports have a look at this post about “updating the visual reports“.