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Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2013 Paperback – April 26, 2013
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If you or your organization is not familiar with MS Project, one of the most important aspects of implementing it is that you have to have it configured fairly close to perfect from the get-go. This is a technical hurdle, and it's good that Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2013 goes to the trouble of explaining some of the thought processes that you should follow as you're planning how your Project Server should be configured.
But another very important and often-overlooked aspect of technology is the dual act of getting buy-in and getting people to use the tools. Project Server in particular isn't something that can just be mandated from on-high, rolled out, and people start using it. Gary Chefetz goes to the trouble to explain how to deal with the functional hurdle of, "How do I win people over and get them to understand the value of MS Project Server?" There is an entire chapter dedicated to how to manage the people side of getting MS Project Server into your organization.
If you're considering MS Project Server, or it's a done deal and you have to figure out the best way to make it work for your organization, this is the book for you. It is somewhat technical at times (because it has to be), but well worth the effort to read.
Bob Segrest, PMP, MCITP