Everyone knows the Dummies book series. And I do believe their goal (and slogan) is to “making everything easier”. Which is a great goal!
This book is a nice start to get to know Microsoft Project 2013 if you don’t like the more official/Microsoft step-by-step or inside out books. The book is composed of 5 parts that cover: getting started, resources, using baselines, tracking progress and finally a top 10 golden rules chapter.
I like the writing style because it’s really down to earth. However, sometimes I think it’s a bit too much and I want a more serious approach. But that is purely a taste thing I guess. Continue reading Book review: Project 2013 for dummies
Sometimes books come on your path that are absolute “no brainers”! And I mean this in the most positive sense of the words.
This book, a whopping 1040 pages thick, is a must have for anyone that needs to implement or administer Microsoft Project Server 2013 (what’s in a name right?). The guys at msProjectExperts are well known in the community, Gary Chefetz, Bill Raymond and Dale Howard are great at providing knowledge trough the book medium. And if you ever get the chance to visit a seminar or reading by them do not hesitate! It will surely be an enjoyable experience. Continue reading Book review: Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2013
I’m sad to say the book is currently only available in Dutch and I don’t know if there is an English translation on the way. However: If you are an international project manager and need to manage a project in The Netherlands, please read this book. This little book is a real gem. It’s to the point and a nice introduction in the subtle sabotaging ways of Dutch project members. And a great way to learn the Dutch language. Continue reading Book review: De Projectsaboteur (The Project saboteur)