Meeting Announcement: Join the MPUG Boston Chapter for…
“How MS Project Saved My Life” (or at least helps me do my job!)
Waltham, MA – On Wednesday November 30, 2011, The Boston Chapter of MPUG (Official Industry Association for Microsoft Project) will be holding a membership meeting. This interactive presentation and discussion will be delivered by various practitioners including Jacques Goupil, Shawn O’Connell and Jan Wells.
In the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday it seems an appropriate time to reflect on the many things for which we are grateful – family, friends, community and yes, sometimes even a good Gantt chart. So we asked several of our MPUG Boston Chapter members to tell us why they are grateful for MS Project. OK, maybe it never saved your life, but somewhere along the line it probably helped you make a point with executives, communicate with your sponsors or motivate your team. Our multiple presenters will share their tips, techniques and gratitude for how MS Project helps to get their jobs done.
The presentation will be given at the Microsoft District Office at 201 Jones Rd. (6th floor, Room MPR-A); Waltham, MA 02451. Cost for the event is free for members and $15 for non-members. Food, soft drinks and special treats will be served. Click here for directions.
Pre-Registration for this event is required. Register at http://mpugboston113011.eventbrite.com/
Meeting Time & Date: Wednesday, November 30, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
5:30 – 6:30 PM Registration & Refreshments
6:30 – 6:45 PM Welcome & Introductions
6:45 – 7:45 PM Feature Presentations
7:45 – 8:00 PM Networking Break & Refreshments
8:00 – 8:15 PM Audience Participation / Speaker Q&A
8:15 – 8:30 PM Final Remarks
About MPUG: (www.mpug.com) MPUG is dedicated to deliver our user’s relevant and independent Microsoft® Office Project content, resources, opportunities and community networking World Wide. Through MPUG, members gain elite access to Microsoft Office Project-specific talent, thought leadership, technology, and community events.
MPUG Chapters are led by community advocates. These groups provide local community meeting opportunities to share Microsoft Office Project experiences, training resources and networking. User Group Chapters leverage the MPUG portal and WW information network and resources.
To join go to http://www.mpug.com/Pages/IndividualRegistration.aspx.