What is that? What was a Project Manager doing at a SharePoint Conference, you ask?  Dave Fletcher got a chance to attend to the SharePoint Conference 2014, so come listen to this discussion, where we talk about the key events that happened, important announcements, some really good sessions that we felt were very useful, and finally some conference humor.
Also listen to the review on App of the Week, which is is FluentPro’s Project Milestones for this week.

Key Links:

  • MS Project Conference 2014 Videos:http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Project/2014
  • SharePoint Conference 2014 Videos:https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint-Conference/2014
  • Cargill: Real-world challenges and value in introducing enterprise social, SPC295: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint-Conference/2014/SPC295
  • Driving enterprise social from the bottom up, SPC266:https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint-Conference/2014/SPC266
  • FluentPro Project Milestones: http://tinyurl.com/p53ubsm

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In Episode 7 of MS Project Podcast, hosts Prasanna Adavi and Dave Fletcher give you a round up of  Microsoft Project Conference 2014 that we attended in Anaheim, California between Feb 2-5, 2014.

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Listen to this discussion, where we talk about the key events that happened, important announcements, some really good sessions that we felt were very useful, and finally some conference humor.

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In Episode 6 of MS Project Podcast, hosts Prasanna Adavi and Dave Fletcher talk  to Jan Kalis, the Product Marketing Manager for Microsoft Project and Visio, at Microsoft, about the upcoming Microsoft Project Conference 2014 happening in Anaheim, California between Feb 2-5, 2014.

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Listen to this discussion, where Jan talks about what to expect at the conference, the mobile app, sessions, design time sessions and much more.

Key Links:

Project Conference 2014: http://www,msprojectconference.com

Jan Kalis’ Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/jkalis/

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In Episode 5 of MS Project Podcast, host Prasanna Adavi talks Project MVP Michael Wharton, about “Monitoring PMO Governance”.

Listen to this discussion, where we explore why the tool (Project Sever) is completely data driven, and how to keep the quality of the data, and how to use that data to drive the governance of PMO, its reports and activities. Michael also tells us how much of this monitoring could be automated using Query Driven reports, Reminders, Powershell commands and so on.

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In Episode 4 of MS Project Podcast, hosts Prasanna Adavi and Dave Fletcher talk about “Why do Project Managers hate baseline”

Listen to this discussion, where we explore the why the general tendency for project managers is to not give enough importance to baselines, and why they are important for Reporting, Tracking, and earned value calculations. We also discuss few ideas of introducing baselines slowly into the organization.

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In Episode 3 of MS Project Podcast, hosts Prasanna Adavi and Dave Fletcher talk about “What do Executives Want – Reporting with Project and Project Server”.

Listen to this discussion, where we explore the “why” part of the reporting, what reports make sense to which people, how to gather requirements from reluctant executives. We also request the listeners of the podcast to write back to us with any feedback, example of some great reports, any new ideas, so that we can share it with the rest of the community.

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