New York, NY (PRWEB) April 08, 2011
Dynamic Scheduling ® with Microsoft Project 2010 by Rodolfo Ambriz, PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI-SP, MCTS, MCITP and John White, PMP, MCT, MCP, MCTS, MCITP has just received Microsoft Validation. This Validation authenticates and verifies that the IIL training program and material for Microsoft Project 2010 supports the topics identified in the external Microsoft Objective Domain. This unique and much sought after accolade also certifies that IIL’s training and materials will prepare the user for the new Microsoft Project 2010 certification exam 70-178.
In the last 12-24 months, the demand for instantaneous project intelligence has yielded a greater need for tool functionality, improved communications, and data robustness in project management software. If companies want to be successful in today’s market, the comprehension of project management software is now a requirement. Project managers must be on top of their game like never before, requiring a higher-level of knowledge and top-notch skills to meet the ever increasing complexity of today’s projects and programs.
Group Program Manager Keshav Puttaswamy of the Microsoft Project 2010 Team, Microsoft Corporation, praises Dynamic Scheduling® with Microsoft Project 2010 saying, “Our users have often expressed the need for a comprehensive book that guides users on applying the right set of capabilities in the product with the best set of processes for their project. This book meets that need incredibly well marrying the collective wisdom of successful project management with the broad capabilities of Microsoft Project for projects of all sizes!”
Designed for the busy, practicing project manager, Dynamic Scheduling with Microsoft Project 2010 will help users get up to speed quickly with the new features of Project 2010 and enables them to create effective schedules more efficiently using best practices, tips & tricks, step-by-step instruction, and practice exercises.
The book teaches users how to build dynamic schedules that will decrease the amount of time spent on scheduling by providing useful models for developing “what-if” scenarios. It also illustrates the concept of Resource Critical Path for optimizing resource-constrained schedules; features many helpful screen shots, illustrations, stories, review questions, case studies, step-by-step processes, and hands-on exercises to support learning principles. The manual is also fully aligned to the PMBOK Fourth Edition, published by the Project Management Institute.
Upcoming Microsoft Project and Project Server courses from International Institute for Learning include Microsoft Project White Belt 2010, Microsoft Project Blue Belt 2010 and Microsoft Project Black Belt 2010. Please visit our website at http://www.iil.com/msproject for more information and to register for Microsoft Project Courses, including the newest course, Project Orange Belt 2010.
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With operating companies all over the world and clients in more than 150 countries, IIL is a global leader in training, consulting, coaching and customized course development. IIL's core competencies include: Project, Program and Portfolio Management; Business Analysis; Microsoft® Project and Project Server; Lean Six Sigma; PRINCE2®; ITIL®; Leadership and Interpersonal Skills. Using their proprietary Many Methods of Learning™, IIL delivers innovative, effective and consistent training solutions through a variety of learning approaches, including Traditional Classroom, Virtual Classroom, simulation training and interactive, on-demand learning. IIL is a PMI® Charter Global Registered Education Provider, a member of PMI’s Global Executive Council, an Accredited Training Organization for PRINCE2 and ITIL, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and an IIBA® Endorsed Education Provider. Now in its twentieth year of doing business, IIL is proud to be the learning solution provider of choice for many top global companies.
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