- File Size: 8116 KB
- Print Length: 151 pages
- Publisher: MPUG (September 24, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 24, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075WXQR8N
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Sam Huffman is very likely qualified in the extreme to write the definitive, detailed Encyclopedia on Microsoft Project. His own long list of post nominal credentials are sure to impress, including his designation as a multiple year Microsoft MVP and his time at Microsoft while developing MS Project. His experience as a practitioner of project management, his consulting work and his experience training thousands to use MS Project must have told his inner, more practical self to abandon the encyclopedic approach in favor of adult learning fundamentals.
The result is this little book with its economical and elegant writing paired with straight forward screenshots. Mr Huffman's economy with words is reflected in the title of this 140 page marvel, “Microsoft Project Do's and Don'ts.” Its rich practical wisdom will get a novice up and running without any rookie mistakes and time wasting bad habits. He doesn't coddle the reader and he explains the why behind each step.
If you happen to be a corporate trainer, you'll love this book. Sam Huffman knows what it takes to create a positive learning environment, keep learners engaged and get results. He's done all the work in creating a definitive course in a single book.
If you happen to be a practicing Project Manager this book is not for you! Mr. Huffman rightly thinks you as a PM have more important things to do than polish your MS Project keyboard skills. But if you as a PM have ever wished for an accomplished MS Project zen master on your team then you should have this book to give to the unspoilt new associate. Mr. Huffman's gem will produce for you a super-user who knows how to give you the level of granularity you want on a WBS. Or level a schedule in an informed way. Even create a resource plan that passes a reality test!
My own project management library contains shelves of bound volumes capable of propping open the heaviest of doors. But adding “Microsoft Project Do's and Don'ts” was a no brainer for me. I've already recommended it a PhD data scientist who is short on waking hours, engaged in high stakes financial analytics and whose day brightened considerably as he hefted this small sized book while instantly seeing its value. So will you.