Microsoft Project (MSP)
Microsoft Project provides enhanced tools to help you track and control project work, schedules and finances.
This Microsoft Project Guide starts with what to do as soon as you have created a new project and ends with tracking progress against that plan.
How to create a time-sequenced network diagram that tracks what needs to be done each day and how those tasks affect others in the project.
Microsoft Project can become a huge overhead, even for seasoned project managers. This article contains some tips and tricks that will help you tame the tool.
Transform disorganised projects into effectively managed and understood programmes using the gold standard in project management software.
Microsoft Project is the world's most popular project management software. The application is designed to assist project managers in developing plans, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing budgets and analysing workloads.
The Start: Microsoft Project was initially proposed by Microsoft's Manager of Product Development, Alan M. Boyd, as an internal tool to help manage the huge number of software projects that were in development at any time inside the company. Boyd wrote the specification and engaged a local Seattle company to develop the prototype.