This has been a post that has been on my mind for far too long. About cost resources is a About post that focuses on a very specific resource type you can utilize in Microsoft Project. I’m using MS Project Pro for Office 365 and Project Online. But most of the things you see here will also be appropriate for Project (Server) 2010, 2013 and 2016. Continue reading About Cost resources
Here we are again!
This is the third, and final Guest post, written by colleague and Project server workflows enthusiast Hester Blok. Stick around, because as I already mention in the first post: there is a special reason for Hester to do these guest posts on The Project Corner. Here we go with: Project Server workflows, do or don’t?
It’s been 2 weeks, and there was a good deal of traffic coming in for the previous Workflow related guest post. Here is the second post, this time a short but very usefull one, written earlier by Hester Blok on her own blog. Here we go: Continue reading Workflows for Project Server part II – Guest post
This post is another very specific one, related to a strange phenomenon in Project Server reports that I wanted to dive into and solve. If you do not experience the Unassigned Resource mystery yourself, but found my blog because you are interested in Project Online (for instance) maybe these posts will be of interest to you: The book reviews, The Project Virtual Conference, The Project Corner OneDrive or the other “About posts”.
If you are experiencing the Unassigned Resource situation, you might want to stick around, it’s going to be a bumpy ride!
Continue reading About the Unassigned Resource
For those of you that have checked the Resources page on TPC you already know this guest blogger. Hester Blok is a collegue of mine at JSR in The Netherlands, and also has a small blog on a niche subject in a niche market: Workflows for project server 2013. She has decided to stop blogging and wanted to preserve a few gems she created by adding them to The Project Corner. Without further ado, here’s Hester with “Workflows for Project Server 2013”. Continue reading Workflows for project server 2013 – Guest post
With only 6 days left till the Project virtual conference starts, here is an update about the top sessions I would look into. I made 3 separate selections because of the different tracks that you can follow. I limited my list to only 5 sessions per track. This does not mean that the other sessions are any less, but these are just my personal pick and interests. Regardless, I hope you will join the conference and help make it an awesome event.
If you have not registered yet here is the link. Continue reading Top sessions to watch – The Project Virtual Conference
Here is just a short post that explains a little about the content of this blog. I write about a large number of toppics within MS Project, Project Server and Project Online. Every now and then I get a influx on writing inspiration and I write a big post. Most of the time these big posts are highly focussed on a specific subject, therefore I call them the “About …” posts. So far there are 8, most recently: About Cost resources. Continue reading About, the about posts on TPC
This post will grow as time passes, in it I will share information I find interesting about the upcoming event. For those of you that are not aware: there is a virtual conference coming up! Entirely related to Microsoft Project, Project Server and Project Online. Have a look at the official site here, and don’t forget to sign up, it’s free!
By popular demand I write this post about a very interesting and already well documented technique within Project Management; called Earned Value Management or EVM for short. In the post I will focus on EVM in combination of Microsoft Project, Project Server and Project Online, because that’s what this blog is all about. Continue reading About Earned Value Management
I just got back from Germany and wanted to share a little bit of what I learned on a 3 day training with good friends and JSR partner TPG The Project Group.
Update: 23-10-2016. Although I no longer work at JSR, this is a nice reference case for the work I’ve done at the company. Please find more information about my new engagement here.