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My Ideas, Tips and Tricks about Enterprise Project Portfolio Management using Microsoft technologies

Back to the Basics – Project Pro Predecessors will not work

A quick back to the basics post. Recently there was a question on the TechNet forums where the user could not get his predecessors and linkages to work. I have had this same question from many other users, and the… Continue Reading →

Announcing Project Virtual Conference 2018!

I am extremely pleased to announce Project Virtual Conference 2018, on April 12-13, 2018, This is a virtual, 24 hour event that will be focused on using Microsoft Project, Project Server and Project Online, and a successor to the hugely successful conference… Continue Reading →

Back after a long hiatus!

It’s been a while since I posted here, with several pressing professional and personal commitments through the year taking up much of my time. In this time, several things happened, so this post is a quick update and also an… Continue Reading →

MS Ignite 2016: Key takeaways for the ‘MS Project’ fan!

Last week, I got a chance to attend MS Ignite 2016, the mega-conference by Microsoft. I was fortunate enough to be selected to speak at this conference. Here are the slides to my session. Since many people have already posted their reviews… Continue Reading →

Speaking at Microsoft Ignite

A little late,  but just a quick post to say that I am excited to be presenting a Community Theater session at Microsoft Ignite. If you have even the slightest interest in using workflows in your Project Server/Project Online environments,… Continue Reading →

Free edX courses for Microsoft Project and PPM available!

Just a quick post to let you all know that there are two new courses available for Microsoft Project and PPM on eDX. Managing Projects with Microsoft Project Managing Projects & Portfolios with Microsoft PPM Both the courses are available… Continue Reading →

Automate Project Online with Microsoft Flow and Power Apps

If you have not heard already, Microsoft announced last week a new product called Flow, which is very similar to IFTTT or Zapier. Flow connects to  Microsoft products like Office 365 and OneDrive; third-party platforms such as Twitter, Dropbox, MailChimp,… Continue Reading →

Trick: Avoid duplicate Projects when creating from a SharePoint List Item

Off late, I seem to find my blog inspirations from the questions people ask in the forums. This post, is in answer to a question that was asked in the TechNet Forums. The issue is this: In Project Server 2013,… Continue Reading →

InspireX: Post-Conference Thoughts, demo files and more

Exactly a week ago, I attended the inaugural user conference for Nintex users and partners, called InspireX. First of all a big Kudos to the team that I am sure put in countless hours of work for this event, and… Continue Reading →

Speaking at InspireX, the Nintex user Conference!

All of you who read my blog, or follow me elsewhere on social media probably know that I am a huge fan of Nintex, the workflow product. Now I am a Project and Project Server guy, so what would I… Continue Reading →

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