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Management & Leadership
  • Author:
    Bonnie Biafore
  • ISBN:
    0596528361
  • ISBN13:
    978-0596528362
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  • Publisher:
    O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (August 27, 2007)
  • Pages:
    704 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Management & Leadership
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Projects big and small include them all, and Microsoft Project 2007 can help you control these variables .

Projects big and small include them all, and Microsoft Project 2007 can help you control these variables - not be controlled by them. But Project is complex software.

Get up to speed fast with Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual. Written by project management expert Bonnie Biafore, this book teaches you how to do everything from setting budgets and tracking schedules to testing scenarios and recognizing trouble spots before your project breaks down. With Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual, you get more than a simple software how-to.

Microsoft Project 2007 book. Get up to speed fast with Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual

Microsoft Project 2007 book. Schedules, budgets, communications, resources  . Get up to speed fast with Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual.

Part One: Project Management: The Missing Manual is like a mini-manual on project management. It explains what projects are, and why managing them is such a good idea

Part One: Project Management: The Missing Manual is like a mini-manual on project management. It explains what projects are, and why managing them is such a good idea. These chapters explain how to pick the right projects to perform, obtain support for them, and start them off on the right foot.

Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual.

Bonnie Biafore (Author). She's a columnist for both Quicken. ISBN-13: 978-0596528362. com and Better Investing magazine and the author of Quick Books 2005: The Missing Manual, Quicken 2006 for Starters: The Missing Manual, and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Personal Finance. Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited. Publication Date: December 17, 2008.

Microsoft Project 2013: The Missing Manual. This crystal-clear book not only guides you step-by-step through Project 2013's new features, it also gives you real-world guidance. 2013, ISBN: 1449357962, 978-1449357962. Get up to speed on Microsoft Project 2013 and learn how to manage projects large and small.

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Schedules, budgets, communications, resources. Projects big and small include them all, and Microsoft Project 2007 can help you control these variables -- not be controlled by them. But Project is complex software, and learning it is, well, a project in itself. Get up to speed fast with Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual. Written by project management expert Bonnie Biafore, this book teaches you how to do everything from setting budgets and tracking schedules to testing scenarios and recognizing trouble spots before your project breaks down.Find out what's new in Project 2007 from previous versions, and get help choosing the right edition, whether it's Project Standard, Project Professional, or Enterprise Project Management Solution. With Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual, you get more than a simple software how-to. You also get a rundown on project management basics and plenty of solid advice on how to use Project to:

Define your project and plan your approachEstimate your project, set up a budget, define tasks, and break the work into manageable chunksCreate a schedule, define the sequence of work, and learn the right way to use date constraints and deadlinesBuild a project team and assign resources to tasks: "who does what"Refine the project to satisfy objectives by building reality into the schedule, and learn to keep project costs under controlTrack progress and communicate with team members via reports, information sharing, and meetings that workClose out your project and take away valuable lessons for the futureMicrosoft Project 2007 is the flagship of all project management programs, and this Missing Manual is the book that should have been in the box. No project manager should be without it.

Innadril
The book is a good for people with little project experience or as a reference for more knowlegeable users. I foud the blocked out mini overviews a very nice way to quicly tell a user how to do something high level and tehn drill down in the chapter. This made it an excelent reference as I did not need to read an entire section to figure out how to do somthing I just needed a little guidece with. If I needed more help, I could read the entire section.
However, the book only has one chapter on the Server pieces of Project. I found this lacking. I was hoping this would help me administer the project server I was handed when another PM left, but it did not help on that front at all.
Auau
Never actually read it, but it works quite well as a laptop riser.
Rageseeker
Great book
Glei
What I look for, in a book like this, is good info and a good index -- so I can use it as a reference for specific problems, rather than having to read the whole thing.

I give this book very high marks in this regard. It was useful to me in the first hours of learning my way into MS Project. As far as I'm concerned, it has already paid for itself. Good job.
Cala
This series of books are awesome! I hope the Missing Manual has books for all the software that I work with in the future!
Djang
I work in the PMO for a huge company and this manual is a great resource for both me and the PMs I support. I enjoy the writing style and manner in which it is laid out. (And I *love* that sample team member names are Ford, Arthur, Zaphod, Trillian, and Douglas.)
Weiehan
Being new to MS Project, it has been an extremely helpful resource in hitting the ground running with my new job.
The Author explains all things but goes off on tangents at times. I wanted a book on project and for me the chapters on Project Management were not needed. I just want to know the inner workings of the software not why the software is important. Sort of like buying a book on Microsoft Word and the author took you through an English lecture first.