In Episode 13 of MS Project Podcast, hosts Prasanna Adavi and Dave Fletcher talk to Christine Flora, MCSD, MCITP, MCTS on the new “App” model introduced with Project and Project Server 2013.

Christine is a Strategy consultant for companies working Project and Portfolio Management. She is also the CEO/Founder of Symnoian, LLC, focusing on developing apps for the enterprise use of Windows, SharePoint, Project and Project Server. She was one of the very early starters of app development for Project Server, which has been showcased in Project Conference 2012 and  Project Conference 2014.

Listen to this discussion, where we talk in detail about Christine’s journey with App development, the challenges and opportunities in this model, and the future of the Apps for the enterprise in the area of Project and Project Server. We have also included several links at the bottom of this post to various resources that can help you start developing the apps.

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 For Students:

  • Imagine Cup – Global Student technology competition.
  • DreamSpark – helps students get the tools and support they need to develop apps.
  • DigiGirlz – The camps and day events are being run all over the world.

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In Episode 12 of MS Project Podcast, hosts Prasanna Adavi and Dave Fletcher talk to Isabel Merlano on the advantages and challenges of implementing Project Server in a PMO.

Isabel Merlano is a Sr Manager, Global IT PMO with Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). Her experience includes several years in Information Technology and Information systems with focus on Financial and Communications industries. She is an avid fan  of using Project, Project Server, and SharePoint, with over a decade of using these tools in various roles. She is also a regular presenter at various events related to these topics.
Listen to this discussion, where we talk in detail about Isabel’s experience with Project Server, how her team handled the various adoption challenges posed by various levels of maturity within the user groups. We also discuss how a PMO can endear itself to the organization, by playing a role of a helping friend, as opposed to demanding follower-ship.
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In Episode 11 of MS Project Podcast, hosts Prasanna Adavi and Dave Fletcher discuss about the upcoming Project Proposal season in various organizations and how to use Project Server/Project Online to make the process efficient.
Listen to this discussion, where we delve deeper into  Ideation, Demand Management and Portfolio Analysis.

We also have several news items regarding Project Lite, Project Support Webcast etc., Please follow the links for further information.

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You can now leave us feedback at feedback@msprojectpodcast.com or leave a voice mail at (440) 253-9432. We will answer all questions during our the subsequent podcast.
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