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In the new economy, organizations in a myriad of sizes and industries are now more than ever seeking a better understanding of how to best utilize and manage the scarce resources devoted to their project portfolios. Microsoft
Project and Project Server are the most widely used and one of the top-rated enterprise project management software packages in the marketplace today and understanding how to properly use it allows an organization to cut costs, share information, and increase efficiency and effectiveness. However, due to the size and complexity of the software, covering all the numerous features, within a single text, may not meet the needs of those specifically involved with resource management. Mastering Resource Management Using Microsoft
Project and Project Server 2010 provides the guidance needed to master resource management and exploit the full potential of Microsoft
Project and Project Server as it pertains to this critical function. It will also serve as a great companion to practical guides demonstrating the breadth of features and functionality available in this software.
Collin Quiring is the Managing Partner of PMP Specialists and has over 15 years experience in project management, resource management, product development, systems administration, and training. Mr. Quiring is a technical expert in Microsoft Project and Project Server.
He has worked with all aspects of the tools from installation to configuration to daily administration, and holds the PMP, MCTS, MCT, MCP and CIRM certifications, along with an MBA.Tanya Foster is a trainer and consultant in project management and Microsoft Project and Project Server applications for PMP Specialists. She has over 10 years of experience in project management, scheduling administration, operations, customer service, and training, and holds PMP, MCTS and MCT certifications.