There are a number of factors that dictate how Microsoft Project “thinks”. The two main factors are: The Scheduling Formula The Task Type The scheduling Formula leverages three variables: Units - The percentage of time required by a resource or resources to complete the task Duration - The number of working days required to complete … Continue reading How Microsoft Project Thinks of different Task Types????
The fact that Project Server has two different "Timesheet" cubes, alone, is an understandable source of confusion for many users, but when people then discover that in most Project Server implementations where both of these contain actual work data, that most often these contain very different data they get really puzzled. This can be particularly … Continue reading Data Differences between the Timesheet Cube & MSP_Project_Timesheet Cube in Microsoft Project Server 2007
Fixed Duration The football match will take 90 minutes to finish Flying from Kuwait to Amman will take 1:30 hour to complete regardless of the number of the passengers inside and regardless of the number of aircrafts flying at the same time The woman will take 9 months to deliver, you cannot divide this work … Continue reading Examples about Tasks Types in Project Server 2007
Task types are always confusing for a lot of Project Management beginners, but i find this video really helpful in understanding different task types in MS Project. Have a look!!!!!!
When it comes to implementing Project Server, many would agree that installing and configuring the tool is the easy part; the hard part comes when you try to 'motivate' everyone in the organization to use the system properly and consistently. Although forcing some people to log their task progress or view the online reports that … Continue reading Monitor Your Project Server Investment by Measuring Project Web Access Traffic and Usage