Microsoft Project Server 2010 Demand Management Webcast Series

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Advisicon President and Microsoft Project MVP Tim Runcie and Advisicon Senior Portfolio Advisor, Tim Cermak, will be presenting a four-part webcast on Microsoft Project Server 2010 this May. Advisicon is excited and energized about the capabilities of Microsoft Project Server 2010, seeing lots of promise for avenues like for Project and Portfolio Lifecycle Management, Demand Management, and Strategic Alignments feedback.

As announced on Christophe Fiessinger’s Blog (Senior Technical Product Manager for Microsoft):

We are happy to announce the upcoming Microsoft Project Server 2010  Demand Management four webcast series targeted at end users during May 2010. These webcasts will introduce the concepts of Demand Management; explain the framework for the project/program phases of plan, manage, and close, and explain how to integrate information paths and strategic objectives; and provide use-case examples that showcase the enterprise-wide benefits Demand Management feature in Microsoft Project Server 2010. On the same topic, the following whitepaper produced by Advisicon will be published in May: Microsoft Project Server 2010  – A look at Demand Management, A whitepaper for stakeholders in a program ecosystem.

Please register and mark your calendars!

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Title Date/Time Description Presenter
Project Server 2010 Demand Management (Part 1 of 4): Overview Tuesday, May 04, 2010 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) This is the first webcast in a four-part series in which we discuss the concepts of demand management in Microsoft Project Server 2010. In this webcast, we highlight the new Demand Management feature in Project Server 2010. Topics we cover include how demand management in Project Server 2010: · Offers positive business impacts for multiple departments. · Enhances strategic visibility into portfolios, programs, and projects across the enterprise. · Benefits governance control processes by allowing for multiple lifecycle styles, creation of a central repository for project/program documents and data, and more streamlined capabilities for collecting project data. Tim Cermak, Senior Portfolio Advisor, Advisicon, Inc.
Project Server 2010 Demand Management (Part 2 of 4): Create and Select Phases Tuesday, May 11, 2010 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) This is the second webcast in a four-part series in which we discuss the concepts of demand management in Microsoft Project Server 2010. In this webcast, we outline the framework for the project/program phases of create and select, and we explain how to integrate information paths and strategic objectives within the Demand Management feature in Project Server 2010. Topics we cover include cost, corporate benefit and strategic impact, organizational approach, utilization of necessary resources, risk assessment, defining conditions leading to project/program selection by outlining the business drivers, strategic priorities, scenarios, impact standards, and assumption/constraint analysis. Tim Runcie, President, MVP, Advisicon, Inc.
Project Server 2010 Demand Management (Part 3 of 4): Plan, Manage, and Close Phases Monday, May 17, 2010 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) This is the third webcast in a four-part series in which we discuss the concepts of demand management in Microsoft Project Server 2010. In this webcast, we outline the framework for the project/program phases of plan, manage, and close, and we explain how to integrate information paths and strategic objectives within the Demand Management feature in Project Server 2010. Topics we cover include: defining project structure of phases, identifying milestones and dependencies, development of resource management policies, monitoring actual values in comparison with planned values and forecasts, integrated change control processes, status reporting, issue/risk management progress, obtaining appropriate sign-offs, and completion and archiving of project documents forming organization assets. Tim Cermak, Senior Portfolio Advisor, Advisicon, Inc.
Project Server 2010 Demand Management (Part 4 of 4): Test the Theory and Review Tuesday, May 25, 2010 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) This is the fourth webcast in a four-part series in which we discuss the concepts of demand management in Microsoft Project Server 2010. In this webcast, we provide use-case examples that showcase the enterprise-wide benefits of the Demand Management feature in Project Server 2010. We also cover best practices for integration, implementation, and execution of demand management. Tim Cermak, Senior Portfolio Advisor, Advisicon, Inc.

You need to register for the free of charge webcast by clicking the link; then you get emailed a link to sign on and participate in the web cast on its date and time (please note only the first two webcast are available for registration at this stage). Each TechNet webcast is recorded for later viewing which should be through the same registration URL.

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    Doug Mckinnell

    These look like they were very good sessions. Unfortunately, I just saw them today. Did you record them and if so, is there a way I could see them.

    Thanks Doug

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    admin

    Doug,

    Glad you were interested in these webcasts. If you click on the one you are interested in you should be able to view it after you have gone through the registration/login process on Microsoft’s site.

    If you continue to have problems, contact us at info@advisicon.com

    Thanks!

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