This month some of my colleagues are running a series of tips and tricks events for 2 products that often get overlooked in the Office 2010 suite; Project and Visio. Both are very powerful programs but maybe not used as well as they could be. I have friends that are Project Managers and swear by Microsoft Project and have used it for years. Details below:
Tuesday May 3rd 9:00-2:00PM
Theatre 1 Level 2, 44 Sydney Avenue Barton
Wednesday May 4th 9:00-2:00PM
Level 5 4 Freshwater Place
Tuesday May 10th 9:00-2:00PM
Vibe Hotel, North Sydney
88 Alfred Street Milsons Point
Wednesday May 11th 9:00-2:00PM
Level 28, 400 George Street Brisbane
Microsoft Project – Tips and Tricks
Microsoft Project 2010 is designed to provide users with easier and more intuitive choices. Individuals, teams, and the enterprise will enjoy powerful, visually enhanced ways to manage a wide range of projects—simplifying planning, collaboration, and resource allocation.
To celebrate a year since the biggest release of Microsoft Project in a decade, join us for this complimentary Tips and Tricks training in your city. Hosted by Microsoft and delivered by a series of experienced practitioners, these sessions aim to give users a better understanding of capabilities and utilize the power of Microsoft’s project platform.
Who should attend?
Sessions will suit advanced, intermediate and basic users of Microsoft Project
Microsoft Visio – Tips and Tricks
Diagrams worth 1000 insights. Take a bite out of Visio
Unleash the power of your existing technologies. Use Visio to create in-depth process management portals, manage your network and provide your organisation with business intelligence insights. Creating and sharing your complex data-driven diagrams has never been easier.
This session aims to dive into the capabilities of Visio 2010, and share tips and tricks from Australian Visio experts. Limited spaces available – Register today!
Who should attend?
Business Decision Makers, Process Managers, Quality Manager, HR Systems and HR Managers, IT-Pro, IT Decision Makers