Tag: microsoft project

Estimating is what you do when you don’t know. ~ Sherman Kent

Last week the Central Intelligence Agency celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Sherman Kent School for Intelligence Analysis. When the school was established by the Directorate of Intelligence (DI) in early 2000, it was not a hard decision to select Sherman Kent as its namesake. Kent dedicated his career at CIA to producing intelligence analysis to support policy decisionmakers.  Because…

Process Bridge for Microsoft Project

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.

Customer comments

““Great class! Well worth the time. Don’t know how I’ve been accomplishing things without this knowledge.”— Houlihan’s Restaurant, Kansas City, Missouri ““I would like to thank you for a great training experience last week! It was clear to me that both you and Tom are at the VERY TOP of your game! I really appreciated the ‘small class’ environment and…

EPM & Microsoft Project Web-Based (Remote) Training

We have been in education for decades and along the way have seen trends come and go including video training, electronic classrooms, and interactive CDs. For whatever reasons, face to face classroom-like models have always seemed to work the best for everyone involved. Well developed classroom training has always provided the best vehicle for knowledge and skill transfer to individuals…