Thursday, February 01, 2018

More Sample Videos: MS Project 2016 Live Lessons - Guaranteed Learning or Your Money Back





This is in continuation of the following posts:

In this post, 9 more sample videos have been made public. The access to these videos is completely free and can also be seen at the YouTube channel of Management Yogi.

The videos are from the following lessons.
Lessons - 3: Tasks (2 videos)
  • Video 3.16 - Understanding WBS
  • Video 3.17 - Default WBS Codes
Lesson - 7: Developing Project Plan (1 video)
  • Video 7.10 - Team Planner View (1)
Lesson - 9: Analyzing Project  (1 video)
  • Video 9.6 - Understanding Gantt Chart
Lesson 12: Reporting Project (1 video)
  • Video 12.10 - Creating Histogram Report
Lesson 13 - Earned Value Management (2 videos)
  • Video 13.14 - First Few Checks (Example 2)
  • Video 13.15 - Earned Value Table (Example 2)
Lesson 14 - Resource Pool and Managing Multi-Projects (2 videos)
  • Video 14.2 - Resource Pool - Basics
  • Video 14.4 - Creating A Resource Pool

You can check these videos one by one.


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Videos: Lesson 3 - Tasks

Video 3.16 - Understanding WBS (4m:04s)
This video explains - how to create the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), the components of the WBS and levels of WBS and other options given to you by MS Project.



Video 3.17 - Default WBS Codes (2m:52s)
Every element in the WBS is uniquely identified by an identifier (or ID). It's known as WBS ID. MS Project calls it WBS Code. This video explains how to check the default WBS Codes.



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Videos: Lesson 7 - Developing Project Plan

Video 7.10 - Team Planner View - Part 1 (3m:56s)
Team planner is relatively a new view, but very useful one. It's also graphical. This video (part - 1) explains how this view can help you. 




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Videos: Lesson 9 - Analyzing Project

Video 9.6 - Understanding Gantt Chart (4m:24s)
Gantt Chart is one of the most widely used views and also one of the most misunderstood ones! What are the components of this view? How to interpret this view? How to check execution status of tasks or activities with respect to the status date? Check this video to find the answers.




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Videos: Lesson 12 - Reporting Project

Video 12.10 - Creating Histogram Report (5m:00s)
You can generate a number of reports in MS Project 2016 - many in-built reports and a variety of custom reports. It's a highly useful feature - whether you are in traditional mode of development or Agile mode of development. This video explains how to create Histogram report with an example.




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Videos: Lesson 13 - Earned Value Management

Video 13.14 - First Few Checks for EVM (Example 2) (3m:52s)
Earned value management (or EVM) is an advanced techniques and a popular one by management professionals. If you are a Project Management Professional (PMP) or an aspiring PMP, it's a must know. But before doing EVM, you need to do a few checks, without which you won't get the proper EVM metrics. I've taken an example to explain.




Video 13.15 - Earned Value Table (Example 2) (2m:21s)
This video explains how to see the various metrics associated with EVM in a table, such as Planned Value (PV) or Budgeted Cost of Work Schedule (BCWS), Earned Value (EV) or Budgeted Cost of Work Performed (BCWP), Actual Cost (AC) or Actual Cost of Work Performed (ACWP), Schedule Variance (SV), Cost Variance (CV), Budget At Completion (BAC), Estimate At Completion (EAC),  and Variance At Completion (VAC). 



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Videos: Lesson 14 - Resource Pool and Managing Multiple Projects

Video 14.2 - Resource Pool - Basics (2m:25s)
Resource Pool is another advanced concept which is used by a management professional managing multiple projects. The basics of resource pool are explained in this video.




Video 14.4 - Creating A Resource Pool (2m:07s)
How to create a resource pool? It's not that difficult as many think. It can be created in matter of minutes, in fact seconds!



I believe with these videos (in this post and earlier one), you can reasonably surmise what this course offers and finalize.

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