If It’s Mardi Gras Time, Let’s Talk Construction Scheduling and Project Controls

That’s right, excited to be heading out to New Orleans for the Construction CPM Conference…..where I will attempt to strike an appropriate balance between “Three Full Days of Study and Training in the Critical Path Method of Planning & Scheduling Analysis” and enjoying the run up to the annual festivities (in a restrained and tasteful […]

If It’s Mardi Gras Time, Let’s Talk Construction Scheduling and Project Controls

Does Microsoft Project Online Integrate with [Blank]? (Part 1)

This question comes up increasingly in our discussions with clients:  “Does Microsoft Project Online integrate with [fill in the blank with whatever Agile tool your organization happens to be using….TFS, Jira, Rally, VersionOne, Excel, etc.]?”  The answer is invariably “Yes, and….” Given that it came up again this week, I figured it was probably worth […]

Does Microsoft Project Online Integrate with [Blank]? (Part 1)

Updating Milestone Reports One Project At a Time in Project Online

One of the main concerns about reporting with OData is that it’s tough to control the specific parameters of the data query on the fly.  The default solution is generally to run one massive query, dump the data into a single repository, and then report on that.  When that massive query exceeds a certain size, […]

Updating Milestone Reports One Project At a Time in Project Online

Creating Status Reports with Project Online and SharePoint Designer (Part 5)

In the last couple of posts, I talked about how to leverage SharePoint workflow and OData to create a status reporting mechanism in Project Server and Project Online.  Let me recap.  On second thought, there is too much…let me sum up: Post 1: Creating the Required Lists and Columns Post 2: Creating the Workflow to […]

Creating Status Reports with Project Online and SharePoint Designer (Part 5)

Creating Status Reports with Project Online and SharePoint Designer (Part 2)

In the last post, we created two lists, one to hold the workflow trigger and one to capture the status of the project.  In this post, I’ll run through how to leverage workflow to capture project data and then store it in the status list.  To do this, we’ll need to fire up SharePoint Designer […]

Creating Status Reports with Project Online and SharePoint Designer (Part 2)

Business Intelligence: Project Online vs. Project Server 2013 On-Premises

This question comes up on such a regular basis, that I decided to blog it up this weekend.  What’s the difference between the business intelligence story in Project Online vs. Project Server 2013 On-Premises?  To be honest, answering this question goes a long way to answering the question of what the difference is between Project […]

Business Intelligence: Project Online vs. Project Server 2013 On-Premises