Here in Primavera-land it seems like eLearning has finally arrived! We've seen many traditional Primavera P6 training providers launch online Primavera P6 training courses or some sort of Primavera P6 eLearning this year. Guilty....Plan Academy did too! But you've probably heard that news already. From a learner's perspective, this is a great opportunity as there are now many more options for
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This week we're starting a new Discussion feature on PlannerTuts. Each week we'll be kicking off a discussion that is insightful or particularly helpful in the day-to-day world of project controls. Share your opinion, add your thoughts to these debates. We all have smartphones and there are hundreds of thousands of apps out there. But are we ready to update our project schedules through an app
TED.com is one of our favourite sources for inspiration and awe. If you've never visited TED.com or watched some of the amazing speakers showcased there, then you are missing out. I wanted to share with you 20 Ted talks that fit right in with the skills, experience and challenges of planning and scheduling. Enjoy! 1. Neil Harbisson: I listen to color “Artist Neil Harbisson was born completely
There's definitely a trend that is growing steam amongst companies that use Enterprise Project Management systems like Primavera P6. It's integrating cost and schedule data into a single system. We're finally realizing that there a just too many cost management spreadsheets that get produced every time a project manager asks for a progress report.Oracle Primavera's Inspire solution allows cost
Oracle Primavera 8.2 was recently released in late 2011. The release for didn't make a huge splash as there wasn't much new announced for P6 Professional, the windows-based version of Primavera most users are still clinging to (although Oracle would love to see them on Web Access). I suspect adoption of Primavera 8.x among most companies has been slow. With very few pm enticements in recent