Please, no homework questions: it is unfair to your classmates.
Can answer questions about:
Initiating, Planning, Controlling, Measuring projects.
Managing scope, time, cost, quality of projects. Risk management, managing project teams.
Developing and using metrics.
Particular expertise in:
Software Engineering (real-time, embedded, general),
Cannot answer questions about:
Specific industries or technologies.
32 total years of experience in aerospace and telecommunications. Seven years experience teaching project management.
Project Management Institute; IEEE; ACM; American Society for Quality
PMI's PMBOK(r) Guide Third Edition.
Proceedings SEPG 2000 Conference.
Journal of Systems and Software.
BS Mathematics, magna cum laude
MS Electrical and Computer Engineering
ASQ Certified Software Quality Engineer (CSQE)
PMI Project Management Professional (PMP)
Managing a project is very satisfying because it involves bringing talented people together to accomplish a valuable goal.
Hello Mr. Farooq, I would be happy to help you. Could you give a few more details of what you are seeking? For example, in which industry sector are you pursuing? Construction? Software? ... When
Gene, Yes, the web has a lot content for processes and templates for project "post mortem" "retrospective" "closing reports" ... many names, but very little actual results. Companies are loath to publish
I don't have latest MSP on my machine. On the detail window for each task you can set Fixed-Units, Fixed-Work, or Fixed-Duration. Should also be able to check Effort-driven y/n. Fixed-Cost is correct
If by "burn rate" you mean the labor cost per week (or per month) then that is something you compute from MS Project. As you mark tasks Finished, you can display (and export) the hours or currency expended
Hello Asa, I don't have MS Project 2013 on my machine. But I think I understand your problem. Wed-Thr-Fri-Sat-Sun-Mon-Tues-Wed M01-M02-M03-M04-M05-M06-M07-M08 Wrk-Wrk-Off-Wrk-Wrk-Wrk-Wrk-Wrk pd1-pd2-off-pd3-pd4-pd5