Presentations & Videos

 

As an MVP, Ben is invited to talk at various events about MS Project and Project Server.  You can a watch and listen to a selection of  Ben’s videos below, if you’d like the powerpoints, please use the contact form to request them.

1/2/13 -- MPUG UK WebNLearn : An Introduction to Team Foundation Services with Project Server 2010 

http://youtu.be/SUvrZXTTvGk

4/12/12 -- MPUG UK WebNLearn : Using Project to Get Work Done

http://youtu.be/FB86B3SiQNw

9/11/12 -- MPUG UK WebNLearn : Portfolio and Demand Management in Project Sever 2010

http://youtu.be/MjYB4Sc9FSA

20/4/12 -- WebnLearn UK: Introducing Project Server 2010 – what’s real and what’s not

http://www.mpug.com/Docs/Documents/04202012.aspx

2012 – The Project Conference 2012 Project Server REAL LIFE (not Second Life!) customer case studies

Abstract: Improve your chances of successfully implementing Project Server by gaining a deeper understanding of three real life implementations. Join Ben Howard as he shares lessons learnt and benefits realisation that enabled successful implementations in the Service Delivery, New Product Development and Facilities Management functions of three organisations. In this session, you’ll learn how to:

http://www.bing.com/videos/browse?mkt=en-us&vid=b0e72671-dfea-4475-94ad-0a3a4b8fe8c8&from=sharepermalink&src=v5:share:sharepermalink:&from=dest_en-us

2011 – SharePoint European Best Practices conference

How to host over 100 Live customer projects using Project Server and SharePoint

"Learn how Attenda implemented Project Server alongside SharePoint in order to proactively manage over 100 live customer projects, and how they enabled company wide resource management. Providing "Always on, managed services" by building and maintaining enterprise application infrastructures for large multinational clients throughout Europe, so their requirements for their Project Server and SharePoint implementation were just as exacting. Programme Manager Paul Terry, and external consultant Ben Howard, will discuss the implementation approach, success factors, training and on-going management of the implementation. After over 18 months of using the solution within the delivery and implementation business unit, The company is in the process of upgrading to the latest versions of the software in order to take advantage of the new web based capabilities. This session promises to discuss the real-world experiences of implementation and upgrade of Project Server and SharePoint"

 

Watch the slides

http://www.sharepointbestpractices.co.uk/Event_Speakers.html#BenHoward

 

 

2010 -- Microsoft UK -- Office 2010 launch -- Project Client overview

"Project 2010 offers deep capabilities that simplify the most complex projects and programs and provides work management solutions for individuals, teams and the enterprise.  This session will highlight some of the key improvements we’ve made in Project and Visio 2010 that allow IT Pros to more effectively manage all types of work and collaborate better than ever. Functionality covered will include SharePoint Integration, Resource Management, new ease of use features, and Visio Services"

2010 -- January, Microsoft Technet -- User controlled Scheduling

Part of the MVP webcast series, you’ll find some brilliant information here, ( http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff724275.aspx), but if you are just interested in User Controlled Scheduling, then click on the graphic below to listen to the webcast.

 

 

2009 -- August

Microsoft Project Conference -- Cut the *** -- how to quickly and successfully deploy Project Server

This session was given at the project conference in Pheonix, AZ.  If you want a view of how to deploy project server, then you could do worse than watch this.

"Successful Project Server deployments needn’t take an army of consultants. As a single consultant I’ve deployed Project Server 2003 and 2007 in many organisations with minimal resources. The key is to focus on the business requirements and configure project server accordingly, and importantly, work out how to correctly use of Project Professional. Without covering all the above bases, your installation is likely to fall short in one or more areas."

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2009 -- August.

I’m Project 2010 ready -- are you? -- Filmed at the Project Conference in Arizona, 7:00am, which probably explains why I look so rough!

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