You have probably created a project schedule, assigned resources to tasks, captured baseline information, and then convinced yourself the schedule is ready to move into the execution lifecycle phase. Now you want to track progress and compare project performance to your original plans. This chapter helps you do the following:
• Understand how to interpret progress compared to baseline data
• Use Microsoft Project functions to enter actual progress
• Understand how key Microsoft Project calculations work within the tool
So you are finished creating your schedule. You have entered all the resources, assignments, and tasks, set the predecessors and successors, made sure that everything ...