Some resist #change – a few capitalize on it. Reasons people resist change: http://ow.ly/kr3z304YUyQ
Those who plan do better than those who do not plan even though they rarely stick to their plan. ~ Winston Churchill
Services related to learning and deploying Microsoft Project and Microsoft Project Server (EPM, PPM) 2010, 2013 and 2016.
This is a listing of Microsoft Project and Microsoft Project Server (EPM, PPM) companies and organizations we have worked for is by industry.
Process Bridge is an add-in to Microsoft Project that organizes the elements (toolbars, views, tables, filters, groups, fields, etc.) in Microsoft Project to accomplish these two objectives:
1) Provide a process that can direct, step-by-step, a new Microsoft Project user on how to best build and manage a project plan using best practices.
2) Make Microsoft Project more intuitive and easier to use for both experienced and inexperienced users.
The standard Microsoft approach of envisioning, definition, prototype, pilot followed by a rapid deployment isn’t going to work in the enterprise unless a sustainable performance management system and compliance strategy is designed and implemented right along with the software.
The Project Management Academy created this useful infographic on the PMP Certification process. http://projectmanagementacademy.net/
We use these models to help us position our consulting services and set realistic Microsoft Project Server pilot and deployment goals.