Dave Ludwig is a senior content developer at Office.com.
In our introductory webinar series on Project 2013, we’ve shown you how to create tasks, how to assign people to tasks, and how to make a timeline. Now we’ll cover tracking progress once the project starts.
We’ll show you how to mark tasks complete, and we’ll run some reports that can give you an idea of what’s on time and what’s not. We’ll also explain a couple of key concepts on the way too: critical tasks and baselines.
What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar
- How to set and save a baseline
- How to identify critical tasks in your plan
- How to record and track progress of your tasks
- How to compare your actual progress against the baseline of your plan
References for this webinar
- Set and save a baseline (how-to)
- Show the critical path of your project (how-to)
- Track percent complete for tasks (how-to)
- Report on progress (video)
- How Project schedules tasks: Behind the scenes (how-to)
- Microsoft Project webcast series (online training)
- The project management road map (how-to)