Integent’s Microsoft PPM training is part of a comprehensive portfolio of training services with an ideal fit for every organization. Ranging from general training courses to custom solutions, we have you covered.
Are you a project or portfolio manager with projects or portfolios to manage? Likewise, is managing resource capacity for the organization a constant challenge? Consequently, knowing whether the organization can take on new initiatives is a mystery?
Does your organization have a standardized process for selecting projects each year? Most importantly, a process that ensures selected projects align with business objectives.
Microsoft PPM provides the most powerful project management capabilities for planning, prioritizing, and managing projects and project portfolio investments available today. In addition, Microsoft Project Online can be used by administrators, portfolio managers, project and resource managers, and team members.
With this robust functionality, however, comes the need for comprehensive end-user training.
Integent’s training provides industry standard best practices for project and portfolio management using Microsoft PPM, a cloud-delivered solution. Therefore, our training provides critical knowledge your users need to succeed. Moreover, this is whether you are using Microsoft Project and Portfolio management to manage programs or portfolios, or optimize resource capacity. Further, Integent offers both classroom training, as well as online training.
You will learn how to align project portfolio investments with a business strategy, as well as successfully manage portfolios with Microsoft PPM. Further, you will learn how to visualize the project portfolio, as well as perform issue and risk management. Risk and issue management are key to keeping projects on track.
In addition, students will understand project financials as well as visualizing data using Project Web App. On the other hand, we will also explore reporting with Microsoft PPM using Excel and Power BI.
And of course, students will lean how to create, plan and manage project schedules using the desktop client, Microsoft Project Professional. For example, students will learn how to create a work breakdown structure including tasks, summary tasks and milestones.
Subsequently, you will create dependencies to create a dynamic schedule and a critical path. After that, you will also use the Enterprise Resource Pool to build a project team and create resource assignments. Finally, a snapshot will be taken prior to project kickoff, which is used to track project progress.
By the end of our training sessions students will know how to perform optimal resource capacity planning and tracking. Likewise, you will also learn all about overall resource management with Microsoft PPM, including resource demand, capacity and utilization. Students will also learn how to take advantage of the collaboration capabilities of Microsoft PPM.
These capabilities make significant use of the SharePoint project site and Microsoft Teams to build highly-functional project teams. Lastly, some courses will teach students how to customer solutions to meet the needs of the business.
Contact Integent today to setup a learning program for your organization. Or if you need additional help, contact us about our Microsoft PPM Consulting services.