Plan - Execute-Control Projects by Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project and its contribution to Project Management

A project manager can use Microsoft Project in order to plan his resources in a short time, control the resources reliably and analyze the results in an understandable format. Additionally, Microsoft Project would give the means to companies to lessen the side effects of conflicts caused by multi-project environments.

This program will be given in English.

Project Management Processes

  •     What Is Project And Project Management?

  •     Project Management Processes

  •     Relations Between P.M Processes And Microsoft Project


Project Scope Statement

  •     Define Project Scope Statement

  •     An Example Of A Project Scope Statement


Introduction Of Microsoft Project

  •     Data Entrance And Track Data Methods

  •     View – Table – Filtre Properties

  •     Calenders


Planning With Creating Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

  •     Creating Tasks And Interpreting Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

  •     Case Study


Activity Interdependencies 

  •  Defining Activity Dependencies

  •  What Is Lag And Lead Time ? How Is It used ?

  •  Defining Activity Dependencies In Reference Project And General Look At The Project


Forecasting Time And Cost   

  •  Examining Forecasting Techniques

  •  Assigning Resources And Forecasts To Tasks

  •  Entering Resources To Microsoft Project

  •  Assigning Resources And Forecasts To Tasks In Reference Projects


Project Analysis I  

  •  Analyzing Projects In Time, Cost and Effort Terms

  •  Analyzing Activity Based Time, Cost And Effort Informations

  •  Analyzing Resource Based Time, Cost And Effort Informations


Critical Path Method (CPM)

  •  Defining Critical Path And Its Importance In Project

  •  Analyzing Critical Path in Reference Project

  •  Importance of Total Slack And Free Slack Terms

  •  Interpreting Time, Cost And Effort Information According To Critical Path


Over Allocation Problems In Projects  

  •  Monitoring Resource’s Effort – Cost Information

  •  Allocating Over Time To Resources

  •  Changing Working Hours And Leveling

  •  Shortening Project Time Methods


Project Analysis II

  •  Importing Project Cost And Effort Data To Excel And Graphical Representation

  •  Comparing The Last Version Project with Pr. Scope Statement


Project Control

  •  Baselining

  •  Entering Actual Data To Microsoft Project

  •  Analysing Differences Between Actual And Planned

  •  Standard Report Formats In Microsoft Project

  •  Creating Reports In Microsoft Project for Different Needs


Using Microsoft Project In Advanced Level

  •     Recurring Tasks

  •     Create New View – Table – Filtre

  •     Changing Menubar

  •     Creating Alternative Plans in Microsoft Project


Multi-Project Enviroment

  •     Resource Pool Structure

  •     Sharing Resources Between Multi Projects

Who Should attend

Who wants to plan, execute and control his/her project with a useful software.

Who wants to learn practical ways of managing a project by using a software.

Date & Duration

Date: Sep19th - 20st 2020

14 hours


Method: Each participant need to come with his/her computer. Microsoft Project need to be installed. Versions can be 2016 or later.


After the training, the attendees will have the following acquisition of knowledge


  • Planning by Microsoft Project

  • Scope management

  • Time management

  • Work load management of the resources.

  • Project cost management

  • Reporting

  • Tracking plan vs. actuals