If you’re looking for a great short video about the day in the life of a “project” then look no further.
If you’re a Microsoft customer with a current Enterprise Agreement you may have access to Deployment Planning Services (DPS) vouchers.
The Project & Portfolio Management (PPM) Solution Planning engagement is a stand-alone engagement within SharePoint Deployment Planning Services (SDPS). This 5-day engagement allows partners to guide customers through an envisioning and planning process resulting in a clear implementation path designed to achieve the customer’s business objectives. The PPM Solution Planning engagement will focus on the business and technology aspects of PPM Solution Planning methodologies, give an overview of Project Server and Project Online capabilities and define an implementation plan.
A quick video to show you how to add PPM dashboards from the SharePoint App store to your Project Online instance. Please note that the sequences have been shortened.
A 2 minute 40 second overview of the out of the box PPM dashboards now available for Project Online from the SharePoint Apps store.
Also available: iPad versions from the Apple App store.
In the world of PPM, cutting edge software can have a profound impact on how your projects, resources and portfolios are managed. For project managers, a new solution can not only help you visualize and understand projects in a much more efficient, productive and innovative way, but also provide an improved User Experience and intuitive design which can help aid adoption, and ultimately improve business processes.
This eBook will guide you through the ten key steps to ensuring successful and rapid adoption of a new PPM solution.
A great set of resources from Brian Smith at Microsoft.
There are a number of sources scattered around for Getting Started with Project Online – hopefully this will help find some of the more useful articles and videos.
It’s not you, it’s your company. Management Innovation eXchange founders Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini believe that continuous improvement requires the creation of change platforms, rather than change programs ordained and implemented from the top.
October 2014 | byGary Hamel and Michele Zanini
This is a link to the Project Server PFE Team Blog. PFE’s are Premier Field Engineers, support Project Server around the globe, and contribute to this blog.
Microsoft has announced new resources to help Office 365 customers receive optimal performance when connecting to Office 365. As a software as a service (SaaS) offering, Office 365 has a number of layers between the servers that Microsoft manages, and the end user.