By now, if you are a frequent visitor of TPC, you will know that I will occasionally pick up a textbook on project server/online & project management. You might also recognize Eric Uyttewaals trademark when reading a title that starts with “Forecasting…”.
This is another book review, and it’s a little bit special because I helped write one of the chapters! The title of the book: Forecasting Programs.
How cool is that right? Continue reading Book review: Forecasting Programs
As mentioned in the introduction post, this is the start of a new series on TPC. In the posts I’ll pick apart a specific UserVoice item that’s on the Microsoft Project UserVoice page. Today I’d like to discuss this suggestion:
In between creating my own YouTube channel, celebrating 4 years together with my lovely wife, the first birthday of Louise and a holiday to Tuscany. I’ve also started drafting a new TPC series of posts. These will be about the most requested/useful/interesting/frustrating UserVoice items that are in the Microsoft Project UserVoice page. Continue reading About the Microsoft Project UserVoice
Hi all my lovely readers,
I’m very excited to share some news with you. Maybe you already know a bit because we are connected on LinkedIn or Twitter. But in case we aren’t here’s the exciting news!
Here’s the link in case the QR code doesn’t work for you.
Continue reading I’m working on something new!
At Ignite 2017, Microsoft presented a great new content pack for the Project Online Power BI combination. And after some initial issues with the launch it’s here to stay! I’m very excited about this new version of the Power BI content pack and I would like to share four things that you might not know yet.
Continue reading Four things to know about the Power BI Content Pack for Project Online
Today I want to share a special book review with you. The book is called Hit Refresh and is written by Satya Nadella. As long time readers know I write book reviews on Project and Project Management every now and then.
This book review isn’t about Project or Project Management directly, but it is written by the current CEO of Microsoft. And therefore has close bonds with the Microsoft Project and Project Online offering.
The book review is also special because it’s a joint venture between me and Cindy a Microsoft MVP for Project. Here is the review. Continue reading Book review: Hit Refresh by Satya Nadella
So far the new year has been very good. The webinar wrap-up post is hitting solid good numbers and there are new subscribers to the newsletter frequently. Today I would like to share another About post with you. These posts are in depth and on a specific subject. This post is about the application called StaffHub.
Continue reading About StaffHub
Hi lovely readers,
On the 12th of December 2017 I took a deep dive, into “the world of webinars”! Microsoft offered Projectum and myself a platform to talk about our view on Project Management and the tools Microsoft has to offer.
The webinar was a huge success, with 900+ people signing up and 437 people attending the live show. This article is sort of a wrap up and a “More information” kind of post. If you haven’t seen the recording yet: here’s your chance.
Continue reading Project Online, Planner & Teams: The winning combination
Hi readers, and welcome to another year!
2017 is done, gone and not coming back (unless scientists invent a nice blue police box that is of course). And just like any other year ever since I started The Project Corner I would like to share with you some statistics. Continue reading 2017, some statistics
I received a question from one of the TPC newsletter members. Rob thanks for this, hope you can use this post for your question. Rob wanted to know how I would approach this situation:
With the projects I work on some costs are liable to a value added tax charge and others are not. How do I get Project 2016 to calculate VAT on those charges to which it applies while omitting it from those which do not so that I get an accurate overall cost budget.
Continue reading The VAT liable resources case