Category: Office 365
Visualizing Project Time Project Online supports collaborative work management across your organization. It provides the ability to manage multiple project schedules and allows project team members to enter the time spent on assigned tasks via their timesheet. The timesheet information can then be used for many purposes. Many Project Management Offices (PMOs) have dynamic information […]
This Office 365 work management presentation on tool alternatives was given at SharePoint Saturday in Denver. Topics covered include Office 365 Groups, Project Pro and SharePoint Task List integration as well as Project Online. If you require help with your Work Management needs, we have consultants available to assist. Please contact us at email@example.com.
When asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” you may have replied, “Firefighter.” If you did, I’m sure you meant one of the awesome individuals who provide medical services, rescues and ride the fire trucks. While, most of us never realized that dream, there are days at the office where you […]
Don’t you hate it when you can’t read the field descriptions on your SharePoint list columns? It’s helpful to explain the values to your users but it’s usually hard to read. Try this Thursday’s Tech Tip to make your descriptions more readable. Video Notes This technique does not work with Project Server Project Detail […]
Project tasks are the lowest priority work you have on any given day. Wait, what? It’s true! Strategically, we know project work is the most important future investment for the company. When you break down what you do every day, you’ll see that you are fitting in project work around the other work you have […]
Managing multiple Project Server instances over the years has taught me that Project Management tools amplify your project process and project communications effectiveness. If your process and communication effectiveness is good, a tool will make this situation better. If there’s a communications issue or process breakdown, a tool will create “chaos at light speed”, amplifying […]