Oracle’s Primavera solutions for architecture, engineering, and construction firms enable them to successfully plan, manage, control, and deliver projects. The result is improved client service without sacrificing project profitability. To avoid surprises, maintain accountability, and meet your bottom line, you need a complete solution to manage all of your projects, regardless of their size—one that is available to all project contributors across your entire organization, whenever and wherever they need it. Time, resources and activities are the most important things in a project and they can be interrelated here. You need the Primavera project portfolio management solution.
- Topic A: Project Management 101
- Topic B: Navigate and Customize the Project 2016 Interface
- Topic C: Add Tasks to a Project
- Topic D: Add Resources to a Project
- Topic E: Save a Project
- Topic A: Manage Project Time Frames
- Topic B: Change Working Time – Calendar Types
- Topic A: Manage Project Tasks
- Topic B: Add Summary Tasks and Milestones
- Topic A: Change a Task List
- Topic B: Create a Network Diagram and Developing the Schedule
- Topic C: Manage the Critical Path
- Topic D: Use Lag and Lead
- Topic E: Work with Custom Fields
- Topic A: Manage Project Resources
- Topic B: Analyze and Level Work Resources
- Topic A: Print Project Views
- Topic B: Share Projects
- Topic C: Export Projects
- Topic A: Link Projects
- Topic B: Baseline a Project and Track the Status of the Task
- Topic C: Analyze Earned Value
- Topic A: Use View Commands
- Topic B: Use Existing Views
- Topic C: Create Custom Views
- Topic D: Format and Share the Timeline View
- Topic A: Use Existing Reports
- Topic B: Create Custom Reports
- Topic C: Export Visual Reports
Lesson 1: Starting a Project
Lesson 2: Working with Project Calendars
Lesson 3: Working with Project Tasks
Lesson 4: Managing Task Structures
Lesson 5: Working with Project Resources
Lesson 6: Delivering a Project Plan
Lesson 7: Managing the Project Environment
Lesson 8: Generating Project Views
Lesson 9: Producing Project Reports
Who Should Attend?• Project managers and members of the project management team.
• New hires.
• Scheduling coordinators.
• Executive-Level Leadership and program managers.
• Applicants for the PMP examination.
• Planning Engineers
Learning Outcomes:At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
- Reduces the risk of schedule overrun.
- Reduces the risk of cost overrun.
- Helps easily plan and manage project activities.
- Optimizes management of all resources.
- Gives clear visibility of what’s going on in the project.
- Allows quick and easy forecasting of WBS’s, activities or projects.
- Can keep track of progress and view past period performance for reporting purposes.
- Helps you easily breakdown projects’ and activities’ structure.
- Allows easy collaboration between all projects users