010-The Sweet Irony of Failed MS Project Server Implementations

010-The Sweet Irony of Failed MS Project Server Implementations

Microsoft Project Professional client is a staple in the industry, and is probably where most of learned what a GANTT chart is. But what about the online version for teams, Project Server? It seems to be the default PPM solution organizations think about when considering PPM, but Is it really all that? Anecdotally, a lot of organizations fail with the product. But is it the product’s fault? And why is that failure so ironic? And what other options are there out in the market?

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    Microsoft Project Professional client is a staple in the industry, and is probably where most of learned what a GANTT chart is. But what about the onl
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