Implementing Enterprise Portfolio Management with Microsoft Project Server 2002 is written for anyone contemplating or actively engaged in implementing and managing Microsoft Project Server. It guides you through a structured approach to implementation and conveys best practices for using the software once youve got it up and running. This book provides unique technical and usability insights based on the author's real-world experience. It also contains extensive coverage on installation, including the qgotchasq that can doom a poorly configured system. Author Gary Chefetz is a Microsoft Project qMost Valuable Professionalq who is well known in the Project community as a qfirefighterq of botched implementation. It is Chefetz's goal to provide you with the manual that the software didn't come with, as well as the insight necessary to achieve success, without the missteps many people make during implementation.Now that you have the lay of land, youa#39;ll explore three different examples of modifying the Project Guide. ... Servera centric aSpecify people and equipment from Microsoft Project Server, a including how to specify relevant views, and help files.
|Title||:||Implementing Enterprise Portfolio Management with Microsoft Project Server 2002|
|Author||:||Gary L. Chefetz|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2003-08-07|