Project Planning & Control Using Primavera® P6TM For all industries including Versions 4 to 7 by Paul Harris (Spiral)
Paperback: 378 pages
Publisher: Eastwood Harris
Trim size: 300 x 209 mm
A user guide and training manual written for Project Management Professionals who wish to learn how to plan and control projects in an established Primavera P6 and earlier Enterprise versions with or without Resources and Roles Project.
The book is aimed at:
Project management companies who wish to run their own software training courses or provide their employees with an alternative text to the vendor supplied user manual. This book may be customized to meet your requirements, please contact the author for details. This book is a PMI Approved course. REPs may apply to have this course licensed to them.
Training organizations requiring a training manual to run their own training courses.
· People who wish learn the software but are unable to attend a training course but find the software reference manual hard going
This book is an update of the authors Primavera Version 6.2 book and contains more chapters including Global Change, Multiple Project Scheduling, Managing the Enterprise Environment, Resource Optimization and Leveling. It has been written using the Construction and Engineering version but may be used by any industry and covers Versions 4 to 7. The book is packed with screen shots, constructive tips and contains workshops with solutions at the end of each chapter for the reader to practice the skills taught.
Primavera Systems Inc. originally asked the author to write this book and this publication is ideal for people who would like to gain an understanding of how the software operates up to an intermediate level. It covers Primavera Versions from 3.5 to 7 and it explains some of the differences from SureTrak, P3, Microsoft Project and Asta Powerproject to assist people converting form other products.
The book is designed to teach planners and schedulers in any industry how to setup and use the software in a project environment. It explains in plain English and in a logical sequence, the steps required to create and maintain an unresourced and resourced schedule. It tackles some of the more complex aspects of the software that the user manual does not address. It highlights the sources of information and the methods that should be employed to produce a realistic and useful project schedule.
About the Author
Paul Harris holds an Honours Degree in Civil Engineering obtained in the UK and is a Certified Cost Engineer through AACEI International, a PRINCE2 Registered Practitioner, an Approved PRINCE2 Trainer and a “Managing Successful Programmes” Registered Practitioner. He has worked in the project controls industry for a number of years and has assisted many companies in a range of industries to set up and run project controls systems. His Melbourne, Australia based company, Eastwood Harris Pty Ltd, offers project controls consulting and training services worldwide with a strong focus on Microsoft Project and Primavera software.