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Dear Primavera P6 Professional user, P6 EPPM user, and Administrator,I have something special for you that will hopefully rock your week.Let me start by saying that Oracle Primavera software is becoming more and more complex with every release. Primavera P6 Professional has a few modules that come packaged with it now. I'm thinking P6 Visualizer and some backend java jobs to run Update
I had a manager once, back in my IT days, who suddenly insisted, "If I get another 12-page project report, I'm tossing it." It was too much data to process, so I paired my report down to a 1-page project dashboard that highlighted KPIs for all of my projects. He loved it. And it soon became a template that was adopted throughout the office. That was 12 years ago. But today, we're all still
It's a reason to celebrate....a new book on Oracle Primavera P6 has just been released!The selection of reference books (and authors) for Primavera P6 users are very few. So I'm delighted when new books are published, especially this one - Oracle Primavera P6 Version 8: Project and Portfolio Management by Daniel L. Williams and Elaine Britt Krazer and published by Packt
Do you always document your scheduling methodology BEFORE building a project schedule? Is your schedule littered with relationship lag? Do all of your Activities have a verb in their name? Are you cautious when using Level of Effort activities? Do you know what a "dangling" activity is? Does your project plan have any "danglers"?Don't worry, it's not too late! Nader Khorrami Rad,