Microsoft has published an article of mine on TechNet. This article will be of interest not only to project managers but also those deploying and configuring timesheet systems as it looks at how to determine how many charge codes to have and to what level of detail charge codes should be defined. See this post for all the links and details.
HMS Software has just released TimeControl 6.5 and it represents a major evolution of TimeControl. HMS has added a major new reporting-writing engine, a completely new link option for linking to their new alliance partner Hard Dollar’s HD project cost and estimating system and significant improvements in both performance and other functionality. See this blog post for more information.
I’ll be speaking tonight at the Montreal chapter of the Microsoft Project Users Group. “The topic is Setting your Enterprise Project Management Requirements”
To download the presentation slides go to the Resources/Presentations page.
HMS is currently looking to expand its development team with a C# programmer who will be working with the TimeControl technical team. If you are or know a good candidate, take a look at the requirements at: .
Gotta love Dilbert. This post shows how just having a forest without regard for the trees removes all meaning to Dilbert’s life.
I’m happy to include a guest post today from University Alliance and the Project Management Certification prep program at Villanova University. I hope you enjoy it. – Chris As most project managers know, assembling the best talent for a project can give the project a quick, successful start. Knowing how to build the best team […]
HMS has just published a compete update of our TimeControl and Primavera Solutions Portal. Those interested in linking a financial timesheet with Primavera’s P6 will find numerous resources here including factsheets, white papers, powerpoints and an all-new webcast showing TimeControl 6 and Primavera’s P6 working with each other.
Here’s a great way to start the new year with Dilbert’s take on project management processes. It’s good in the project management world not to take ourselves too seriously
Gotta Love Dilbert and his take on project managers serving as your waiters.
Gotta love Dilbert and his take on innovation. And I was wondering why my staff have so few ideas!