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Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2016

ISBN : 9781616917456

Gain hands-on expertise to pass the Microsoft 74-343 exam with the Managing Projects with the Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2016 course and lab. The lab is cloud-based, device-enabled, and can be easily integrated with an LMS. Interactive chapters comprehensively cover the MOS Project 74-343 exam objectives and provide skills in the features and functions of Microsoft Project Professional 2016 so that you can use it effectively and efficiently in a real-world environment. The course and lab also cover the critical knowledge that a project manager needs to create a project plan.

The Managing Projects with Microsoft Project certification exam is designed for candidates who use Project Standard, Project Professional, and Project Pro for Office 365 desktop features. The certification exam measures candidates' skills to initialize track and analyze a project, create a task-based schedule, manage resources and assignments, and communicate project information. The successful candidate will have experience in modeling, scheduling, resourcing, communicating, collaborating on, and delivering projects using Project Standard, Project Professional, Project Pro for Office 365, SharePoint, and SharePoint Online.

Glossary of terms
Pre Assessment Questions
Post Assessment Questions
Performance lab
Exam related FAQs
What is the exam registration fee? USD 165
What is the format of the exam? Best answer, drag-and-drop, case studies, hot area, and so on.
How many questions are asked in the exam? The exam contains 40-60 questions.
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the MS-Project-2016, click here.
Which certification covers this exam?
  • Why Do People Think Project Is Hard to Use?
  • When to Use Project
  • Strategic Importance of Project 2016
  • Improving Results with a Proven, Effective Approach
  • Summary
  • Mapping Project to Your Methodology Will Increase Effectiveness
  • An Overview of the PM Process Groups
  • Summary
  • What Is EPM?
  • EPM as a Central Repository for Resources and Projects
  • Understanding Roles within EPM
  • Summary
  • Getting Started, and Moving Around Project
  • Key Options and Settings You Need to Know About
  • Working with Calendars
  • Summary
  • What Is a WBS, and Why Is It Important?
  • Entering Your WBS: Phases, Tasks, and Milestones
  • Managing Your WBS
  • Summary
  • Estimating Duration vs. Estimating Work—What's the Difference?
  • Program Evaluation and Review Technique
  • Summary
  • Understanding Dependencies
  • Using Constraints and Deadlines
  • Understanding and Viewing the Critical Path
  • Summary
  • Setting Up Your Resource Pool
  • Assigning Resources and Costs
  • Analyzing Resource Usage and Resource Leveling
  • Summary
  • Six Factors that Drive the Calculation of Time (Dates and Duration) for Automatic Scheduling
  • Four Factors that Affect the Calculation of Cost
  • Switching from Manual Scheduling to Automatic Scheduling
  • Summary
  • Understanding Major View Components
  • Task Views
  • Resource Views
  • Summary
  • Creating Custom Fields
  • Using Tables and Creating Custom Tables
  • Summary
  • Using Filters and Highlights
  • Using Groups
  • Using Sorts and Auto-filters
  • Summary
  • Setting Dependencies
  • Creating Custom Views
  • Formatting Text and Bar Styles
  • Sharing and Sending Project Information and Reports
  • Summary
  • Creating Master Schedules
  • Critical Path Across Projects
  • Reporting and Analyzing Across Projects
  • Summary
  • Understanding and Setting Baselines
  • Viewing Baselines
  • Maintaining Baselines
  • Summary
  • Understanding and Entering Percent Complete
  • Understanding and Entering Actuals
  • Summary
  • Understanding Variance
  • Analyzing Variance and Taking Corrective Action
  • Earned-Value Analysis
  • Summary

Hands on Activities (Labs)