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Project 2010 In Depth is the beyond-the-basics, beneath-the-surface guide for every serious Project user who wants to get more done in less time. World-renowned project management consultants QuantumPM provide specific, tested, proven solutions to the problems experienced Project users run into every day: challenges other books ignore or oversimplify. QuantumPM thoroughly covers all facets of working with Project 2010, and adds new chapters on mastering Project's brand-new Ribbon interface; developing plans, assigning resources, tracking progress, managing budgets, analyzing workloads, collaborating with colleagues and partners, and much more. As with all In Depth books, Project 2010 In Depth presents comprehensive coverage, breakthrough techniques, exclusive shortcuts, quick access to information, troubleshooting help for tough problems, and real-world examples with nothing glossed over or left out.

  • World-renowned project management consultants QuantumPM reveal powerful tips and tricks for getting the most out of Project 2010

  • Covers all aspects of working with Project 2010 including its updated Ribbon interface, developing plans, tracking progress, and collaborating with colleagues and partners

  • For all serious Project users who want to get the most out of Project 2010

Subscriber Reviews

Average Rating: 5 out of 5 rating Based on 1 Rating

"Excellent book, very detailed" - by Martin Härri on 19-OCT-2011
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This is an excellent book, and true to its title - "in depth".
The close to 1'000 pages start with a short overview on the entire lifecycle of a project, then go through it again, but this time more in detail, and then conclude with various special topics.
Every chapter contains lots of tips, notes, and warning of cautions, and is concluded with a section called "consultant tips", which highlights important points.
There are also a lot of details, such as complete of lists of elements, terminology definitions, etc.
There are also many useful features, such as how to look for logic errors or technique errors, lots of screenshots, information on general project management practices, etc.
The only thing I miss are a case study, or practical exercises, the entire book is "read-only".

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