Project Online has several benefits likely to appeal to busy project teams. It is a brilliant tool for overseeing the whole project process, particularly if you have several projects running simultaneously. The way data is presented is clear and easy to understand, making it useful for compiling reports or sharing project management data to improve the visibility and/or prioritisation of projects. Project Online is a valuable addition to the Office 365 suite and should fit neatly with existing dashboards.
The technology has a familiar feel, likened to MS SharePoint in terms of functionality and its ability to judge risk issues. The ability to collaborate, share and view project information in a single place or repository was seen a big step forward, particularly by those who regularly come up against Excel spreadsheets in their day to day work.
Why this course
Project managers are always in demand: No matter what the industry, qualified professionals are always needed to plan and provision the work. Of course, that’s just the high-level view of project management, which can be a complex and rewarding career. The basic principles of project management include planning, organizing, securing, controlling, leading and managing resources and tasks to achieve specific business goals. Project managers determine strategies to kick off the project, evaluate and understand the project requirements, analyze and bring the required professionals on board, and monitor the progress of the work.
Like many jobs, project management requires a person to have a variety of skills to be successful. In addition to keen organizational skills, project managers should also be effective problem solvers, have above-average math skills and be clear communicators. For those who enjoy varied responsibilities, project management may be a good match. The demand for project managers is high. The Project Management Institute (PMI®) expects 22 million new project management job openings through 2027.
Project managers are needed in a wide variety of industries. Although quite common in the IT field, project-oriented work is also common in the business service, oil and gas, finance and insurance, manufacturing, construction and utility industries—all over the world.
Who can apply:
school students and students undergoing BCA, MCA, B.Tech/B.E, BSC, MSC, IT, PGDCA, Diploma Courses.
- Lectures 32 hours
- Video lecture 3h 10m
- Practical 19 hours
Connecting To Microsoft Project Web Application
Introduction to PWA
Creating a Project
Working With Resources
Working With Schedule
LOOK AND FEEL
Working With Task And Timesheets
Additional PWA Features
Managing Notifications And Alert
What's New In PWA 2016
WORKFLOW AND PROJECT DETAILS PAGES