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New Perspectives on Microsoft Project 2007, Introductoryby Rachel Biheller Bunin
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NEW PERSPECTIVES ON MICROSOFT PROJECT 2010 takes a critical-thinking, problem-solving approach to teaching Microsoft's project management software. Case-based tutorials ask you to combine project management concepts with technology skills to complete realistic assignments. After working through NEW PERSPECTIVES ON MICROSOFT PROJECT 2010, you will be prepared to transfer your skills to complete projects successfully outside of the classroom and to thrive in your professional career.
This text offers a case-oriented, problem-solving approach to teaching students basic to intermediate Microsoft Project 2003 skills.
Following the critical-thinking, problem-solving approach of the New Perspectives Series, students will gain a basic to intermediate understanding of Microsoft Project 2007 skills. The case-based tutorials challenge students to apply what they are learning to real-life tasks, preparing them to easily transfer skills to new situations. This book is a perfect add-on to any project management course.
About the Author
Rachel Biheller Bunin has been writing and editing books on computer applications for almost 25 years. She has been an invited speaker on PowerPoint and presentation graphics at several national conferences. Rachel received a Masters in Educational Technology from Fordham University.
Table of Contents
1. Planning a Project 2. Creating a Project Schedule 3. Communicating Project Information 4. Assigning Resources and Costs 5. Tracking Progress and Closing the Project 6. Sharing Project Information with Other People and Applications Appendix A: The Microsoft Project 2007 Help System Appendix B: Project 2007 Resources on the Web Appendix C: Project Management Resources on the Web Appendix D: Project Management Certifications Appendix E: Successful Project Management Appendix F: Collaborative Projects and Microsoft Project Server
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