Excel 2010 for the New Project Manager

Managing projects requires us to have tools to efficient manage our project. There are numerous choices of project management applications available.  But sometimes, you need a very, low cost, readily available tools.  In that context, Microsoft Excel can be one of those tools that you can use to effectively manage your projects.

It is often already available on your computer and suffiently well known by your team members and stakeholders.

If that is your context, then this course is for you.

This course is available on uDemy

 

Description

Tools to manage projects

In the ultimate context, projects are managed with enterprise level project management tools.  Even better, they are managed with tools enabling team collaboration.

But often, that is not the context of your project.  You then need to find solution using available tools in the context of your project.  You may not have the budget, the time or the authority to buy and implement an advance project management and team collaboration application.

For smaller projects, complex application will likely be an overkill.  You need something adapted to your context.

Excel in project management

Microsoft Excel is one tool that is often easily available.  Although not technically a project management application, it is a very versatile software.

It is well known, and its use is relatively known.  Many times, it is already on your computer and on the computer of your stakeholders.

What can you do?

You don’t need to be an Excel expert to create useful files for communicating with stakeholders. It has robust charting capabilities to create effective graphs and flowcharts that can be done up fairly quickly.

With Excel, you’ll have a tool to do:

  • scheduling,
  • budgeting,
  • charting,
  • create checklists
  • dashboards
  • performance metrics.
  • and much more.

Who is this course for?

This course is for new project manager, as per the title.  However, it is also useful for not-so-new project manager.

Format

The course is available on uDemy.  You can do it at your own pace and it is available 24×7.  You can do it on desktop or mobile, at your own convenience.
Course develop

The course has been developed by Doug, the founder of Excel Training 101. You can find more information about him on his website, youtube or on Twitter.




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