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Microsoft Project for the Web Fundamentals

by Ben Howard

This course will teach you to plan and track a project using Project for the Web, how you can track the progress of multiple projects to drive key target dates using Roadmaps, and how Project and Roadmaps can be integrated into Teams and Power BI.

What you'll learn

Whether you’re a casual or seasoned Project Manager, it’s really important that your projects are delivered on time. In this course, Microsoft Project for the Web Fundamentals, you’ll learn, as an informal, or casual project manager, how to successfully create, manage, and track projects, and how to share those projects within your organization. First, you’ll explore how to create and track a project, and collaborate on it using Microsoft Teams. Next, you’ll discover how to create a portfolio view of your organization's projects and drive them together to achieve your business goals using Roadmaps. Finally, you’ll learn how to share projects and roadmaps with other users in your organization, and how to automate reporting by integrating with Power BI. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Microsoft Project for the Web needed to successfully deliver projects on time, and automatically communicate the status of these projects within the context of the wider organization’s goals.

About the author

Ben is a Power BI & Data Specialist with a healthy interest in Microsoft BI and planning tools. He has over 30 years of customer and implementation experience, has been a Microsoft MVP for 14 years, is a frequent speaker at several European conferences, and blogs and creates videos on a semi-regular basis. He is actively engaged in providing consultancy to UK FTSE companies, and co-runs the Manchester Power BI User Group.

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