Proficiency Levels in Scheduling Projects - White Paper
Ever wondered what the commonly used terms ‘introductory’, ‘intermediate’ and ‘advanced’ mean in terms of Microsoft Project proficiency? Have you ever had to choose for your own professional development between an ‘introductory’, ‘intermediate’ or ‘advanced’ course in Microsoft Project? Were you forced to read the detailed course syllabus? In this article, we will propose a clearer way of describing the levels of proficiency for project scheduling in general, and Microsoft Project, in particular. The three levels are: Modeling Time, Modeling Workloads and Modeling Cost.