Category Archives: Administration

Project for the Web – Reports and Analytics with Power BI

Product managers leverage analytics every day to influence their decision-making. By looking at the data, you identify issues, design projects, and allocate resources across the many stages of the project lifecycle. The need for data-driven solutions has grown over time. As a result, tools like Project for the Web and Power BI have become vital […]

Deploying Project for the Web

Project for the Web, Microsoft’s most recent cloud-based work and project management service, provides project managers and team members with accessible, robust task management features that they can use to plan and manage work at any scale. This Microsoft Project quick start guide discusses using MS Project to deploy projects for both default and non-default […]

Portfolio Management with Project for the Web

Project Portfolio Management, or PPM, is the continuous process of selecting, prioritizing, executing, and monitoring all the projects and portfolios in an organization. PPM’s primary goal is to judge the feasibility of the projects under the portfolios and choose the best projects to meet the company’s objectives. It ensures that the risks are minimized and […]

Project for the Web Features Overview

A project is more than just a set of tasks. There are a lot of factors involved in a project, including the people, processes, issues, risks, and the order of things. Consequently, project management tools are now high in demand. One such popular tool is Microsoft Project for the Web. This article will talk about […]

Microsoft Project for the Web Adoption

Introducing a new toolbox for managing project portfolios requires an effective adoption strategy. It is the only way the needs of PMO directors and project, portfolio, and program managers can be seamlessly adapted to work with new software such as Microsoft Project for the Web. But finding the best approach that guarantees successful software implementation isn’t […]

Get Started with Project for the Web

Considering start using Microsoft Project for the Web? In this article, you’ll get an overview of how to use Microsoft Project as a beginner. Microsoft Project for the Web is a platform for project management and cloud-based work. Team members and project, program, and portfolio managers can use its simple yet powerful work management capabilities […]

Simple Steps to Implement Successful Project Portfolio Management

Project Portfolio Management

Project portfolio management allows Project, Program, and Portfolio Managers to manage multiple, interrelated initiatives using a centralized or integrated framework. Effective PPM implementation should align project management with organizational approaches and strategic goals. As a portfolio manager, you need a robust solution to establish your portfolio management process.   Analyze your current state As organizations […]

Extend Microsoft Project for the Web with Power Platform

Project management is one of the most data-driven fields. As a Project, Program, or Portfolio Manager, you need as much data as possible to ensure successful project completion. Project for the Web is the latest Microsoft PPM solution built on Microsoft Power Platform. To adopt and extend Project for the Web functionality, you can benefit […]

A Simple Project Management Checklist

Projects are essential to all organizations’ goals and objectives. Successful project completions according to targeted purposes account for optimum company performance. But only through a robust project management plan can companies perform better, accomplish goals faster, and be more efficient. Thus, when reviewing monthly project management reports, organizations want the best project management techniques. Project […]

Beginner’s Guide to Project Portfolio Management

Project Portfolio Management has emerged as a critical component for organizations seeking to improve their ability to manage several projects effectively. PPM refers to how a company handles project priority, resource allocation, budgeting, scheduling, and other project elements. Therefore, project portfolio management serves to bridge the gap between strategy and execution. With systematic project portfolio […]

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