10 Signs You Don't Really Know Microsoft Project
Date: Sunday, October 14 @ 13:24:50 CDT
Topic: PMConnection Articles


1.  You manually create a Project Summary Task

Wrong:

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2.  You "hard code" dates

Wrong:

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3.  You don't input the teams planned Duration on all tasks

Wrong:

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4.  Your tasks don't start with a verb


5.  You assign Predecessors to Summary Tasks

Wrong:

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6. You assign Resources to Summary Tasks

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7.  You never inspect the critical path tasks

8.  You never search for (or eliminate) Resource Over-Allocations

9.  You never Baseline your schedule

10. You never update your schedule to align with reality

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