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Quickly and easily a produce summary plan with 2 levels of swimlanes
SummaryPro has had a significant upgrade; with a few button clicks, you can now produce a summary plan with up to 2 levels of swimlane from scratch in minutes.
How to use the Progress Line to make your plan update easier
Using the “progress line” in MS Project to make updating your plan easy - simply scroll down the plan to see where tasks “should” have progressed to.
Why Timelords don’t plan or avoiding issues when updating your plan
To maximise the effectiveness of your plan it is important to adjust the start and finish dates to match the project’s current reality. In this blog I explore work in the past and future and why Timelords shouldn't plan.
How to improve "buy-in" to the pla
How to increase buy-in and support for your plan and project. Looking at the four main groups; the project team, the customer, the sponsor and senior team and the wider stakeholders
Working with baselines
How to work with and display baselines in MS Project and SummaryPro.
How to find out what is driving a task in MS Project
How to see what is driving a task in MS Project. Three different methods which MS Project provides.
How to convert an Excel Gantt chart into a MS Project plan
How to convert a Gantt in Excel into a Project Plan in MS Project. Simple step by step instructions to automate the process and avoid errors.
Personalised Week Ahead report from MS Project in Excel
How to produce a personalised "weekly look ahead" report for each resource on your project. Initially produced in MS Project but then customised in Excel. Including a macro to automate the excel element.
Benefits of planning - why have a plan?
Why have a plan? Planning has two phases of benefit; plan production and plan maintenance.
What makes a good project plan?
We've all seen bad plans, but what makes a good plan. Here are some simple guidelines to what makes a good plan.
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