1 Project Management within ManagePro This document describes how to do the following common project management functions with ManagePro: set-up projects, define scope/requirements, assign resources, estimate and allocate time spent in completing projects, link project dependencies, review resource allocation and capacity, and apply actual hours using timecards. How to set-up a Project in ManagePro Project management, in its basics, is comprised of 4 steps in ManagePro: 1. Building a project plan by adding records and positioning them to represent the work break down structure or list of projects. 2. Adding/editing fields that provide relevant data to the project, e.g. title, requirement specification (scope statement), start and due dates, personnel assigned, hours required, budget, etc. 3. Resource allocation as needed, utilizing the assignment of people to each task by hours or by % of their time over the duration of the task. Additional tools are included in the Resource Allocation Timeline view and People & Meetings view. 4. Progress updates documenting the summary of progress to-date, outstanding issues and % complete, tracking dependencies, tracking outstanding action items as to-dos within ManagePro, and entering time cards. 1. Build a Project Plan Use the Main Workspace view and the outline format built into ManagePro to construct your projects. Use the ribbon control or right click menu Add button to add new records. Use the demote or promote buttons to position records in place, or drag records to a new position within a hierarchy by pointing at the icon, holding your left mouse button down and dragging to a new location (providing the record does not display or yellow or red lock, indicating movement is not allowed). You can create your own custom record types and respective icons to make it visually easy to organize your project plans along the ManagePro outline. Each record regardless of type functions the same. In general we recommend listing projects as a record type of Project or Goal, indenting and building your core project plan and/or primary milestones as Action Plan records, and underneath each of your Action Plan records indent one more level and add as many Task records as needed. The icons simply differentiate one from the other for display purposes in the tree and to create a clearer depiction of how your projects are organized.
2 Once the project plans are in place they are typically managed most easily from the Main Workspace views or the Gantt Chart views depending on the project management needs and questions to be addressed. From the perspective of working projects in a manner that s consistent with how our brain manages information, structure your projects so that the action plan or first level in, represents a functional high level view of a plan to complete the project. If it looks realistic and is broken into 6-7 or less steps, our brains retain and absorb the plan and sequence well. If the plan looks more conceptual or just a series of milestones, instead of a plan to reach the objective, follow-through and consistency will suffer, as the structure of your plan will no longer support the adage, plan your work and work the plan. Finally organize groups of tasks into chunks of related data or groupings of tasks when-ever possible. Our brains scan and absorb information with clustered in related groups that have immediate connections or validity on the face of things.
3 2. Editing a Project Plan Project records can be edited directly from the Main Workspace view. To edit any field displayed, click once and then click on the ellipses or drop down menu on the right side of the field to edit. Or within the Main Workspace view, if you double click on any field in the record row, a Details view will be displayed from which you can edit any of the fields directly, providing you have permissions above read-only rights. This is not available in the Gantt Chart view where all editing takes place within the Details record view, not the Gantt Chart view itself. Using the Details view to enter the What, When, and Who for your project as a basic set of data, but you ll soon want to take advantage of the more than 200 fields in ManagePro to track the data that is critical for you. Note the fields displayed below are an example of available fields. They may not be visible in your configuration, and if not, can be added to the view by your database administrator. 1) Enter Title name of project or task 2) Define the project scope project or task requirements, what the purpose of the project? 3) Assign resources to the Who Field and identify a Lead person responsible 4) Enter Start Date - starting point, when will it start (not required except for resource allocation) 5) Enter Due Date when will the project be completed (not required except for resource allocation) 6) Priority Typically set by the person who is lead on that project or task 7) % Complete Typically entered in a regular progress update, the Details view displays the most recent % complete entered in the last progress update 8) Status Is the project started, on-track? 9) Budget Allocated 10) Actual Dollars spent to date 11) Hours Required Estimate of the # of hours required to complete the task or project this record represents (can either be rolled up from child records, or manually set using the Hours Required Manual checkbox. Other commonly used Calculated fields include: Days remaining (until due date), Days slipped (past due date), Earned Value (% of budget/% complete), etc.
4 Tips for Entering People, Meetings and Business Groups in the Who Field First of all, individuals must be entered in the People & Meeting tab as individual records to be accessible in the Who field, e.g. to be available to be assigned to a record. To assign people to a task, click the who field, then click in the checkbox in front of the person s name or if you do not see the person you want to assign, click the Enterprise Tab  to add more individuals to your Personal tab view, as it is the only tab view from which you can assign people to the task. Once you ve added individual records for your team members, consultants, etc. they will be listed in the Enterprise tab on the far right side of the Who dialogue. Select which of those you typically assign tasks too, and they will automatically display in your Personal tab, which is the list from which you can assign people to records. To assign a person to a task,  click the Lead check box to the left of the person s initials. To assign them as lead,  click the Lead check box to the right of their name. You can assign multiple to a task and you can also select multiple people as lead to a record, although most commonly only one person is lead on a given task. Assigning a Lead means that you can filter by lead person and see only those projects to which they have been assigned as lead. To assign all the members of a business group to a task,  click the Business Groups tab, and then the specific business group to be assigned. You the same process for assigning a meeting to a task (e.g. designating this task to be reviewed as part of the agenda for that meeting). Note. Clicking on the OK button does not assign people to the record, you must first them check to the left of their Initials. Clicking OK, simply saves your selections.
5 3. Resource Allocation. to your pro ect In the Resource Allocation description we will be covering: Resource Allocation tools at the individual record (project or task level) Resource Allocation across projects or people in the Gantt Chart view Resource Allocation tools in the People and Meeting view to assess individual capacity Resource Allocation starts with the details you put in on individual records, specifically the number of hours required to complete the job or task, the people who are assigned to the task, and the respective hours each will be allocated or working on that task. You access these fields as well other salient fields and a graphical display and calculation of each individuals respective availability in the Resource Allocation tab found in the details view. A brief step-by-step process for using this tab is as follows: 1) Click the Resource Allocation Tab 2) Specify or verify a start and due date for that project record (generating a duration value) 3) Specify the number of Hours Required to complete that task. 4) Specify or verify the individuals to be assigned and allocated to completing that task 5) For each allocated person enter the number of hours they will be allocated to that task or the % of the schedule that will be allocated to that task over the duration of the task 6) Confirm availability by referencing the resource allocation graph on the right. Hover your mouse over any graphic to display the specific tasks and the total allocation for each person over any time period. Field Definitions: Available Start This date defaults to the start date of the task. If the person is only available at a later date, enter that here. Available End - This date defaults to the due date of the task. If the person is only available up to an earlier date, enter that here. Available Hours The total number of hours the person is available during the duration of this task, given their other assignments. If the person is over allocated, allocated more than 100% of their time, this number will be negative.
6 Working Hours The total number of hours this person is working during the duration of this task e.g. this will be impacted by part time status, personal time-off, etc, all of which we will review later, but is setup in the Work Calendar Allocated Hours Enter the specific number of hours you wish to allocate from this person to working on this task or you can enter using the Allocated % field. Allocated % Enter the specific % of this person s regular work time to be applied to this task (or you can enter using the Allocated Hours field) The Gantt chart on the right displays each person s current level of allocation to tasks. It is color coded (we ll review how to configure later), and if you hover your mouse over any duration bar, you ll view the tasks this person is allocated to in that time period, % allocated and priority of those tasks. Remember the Gantt chart moves forward and back with the upper corner arrows, plus if you hold your left mouse button down while pointing at the top of the chart, you can zoom in or out of time perspective by moving the cursor to the left or right. At the bottom exist the task s Start and Due date fields as well as the Required Hours field, all of which you can edit from this view. Allocated Hours Represents the sum of hours you have allocated against this task in the grid above. Under Allocated This field calculates the difference between the Required Hours and the number of hours you have allocated against this task. If under-allocated, the number displays with a minus and in red font Once you have completed adding your projects and tasks that support them you can begin to review resource allocation and capacity across one project or task or multiple projects. Let s move to the Gantt chart..
7 . The Gantt Chart An immediate overview of projects and the resources assigned to them The Resource Allocation sub-tab of the Gantt chart in ManagePro is best used to address the questions of whether or not your projects are resourced, and looking forward to plan and estimate demand versus available staff hours and you plan and schedule projects and their phases. Although you can select one person at a time to look at the projects they are assigned to, be sure to also select your entire business group, so that you take advantage of that display of demand vs. capacity. At the top of the screen, above the Gantt chart, ManagePro calculates the number of available hours available based upon who you have selected in the User field (as depicted by the green bars), the relative demand of the work assigned (the red line), and the current allocation number of hours (blue bar). To access this Resource Allocation tool first click the Gantt Chart tab, then the Resource allocation sub-view tab. Column and Line Definitions: 1. Hours Required This column displays the number of hours required to complete the task that you have entered from the details view. This is a rollup column, so the numbers sum up or are totaled at the parent goal level. 2. % Resourced This column calculates the % Resourced by dividing the hours allocated (entered in the previously discussed Resource Allocation tab) by the hours required to complete the task, and adds a color globe for extra visibility. 3. Total Hours This column sums the total hours that have been entered against this task via the ManagePro time cards (available under the Details/Time Card tab). 4. Red Line The red line represents the total number of hours required to complete the tasks displayed below on each given day. Note that the line continues through weekends, even though no required hours may be scheduled for that time, to aid visual continuity. 5. Green Bar represents the total working time available for user(s) selected 6. Blue Bar represents the total number of staff hours allocated.
8 People and Meetings Resource View. The Resource Allocation tab view in the People & Meetings area, is also an important tool, allowing you to view across your direct reports and determine relative allocation and availability using the Allocation Loading column. Right click and choose the Set Date Range to determine the date range for calculations. The Resource Allocation sub-view within the People/Meetings tab provides an over-view or the allocation loading for each individual (or your entire group) across a defined time range. The allocation loading is presented both graphically on the bar chart on the right, as well as by text in the Allocation Loading column. Let s review in detail. 1) The graphical timeline span can be expanded or contracted in span by using the left mouse click cursor movement, when the cursor is at the top of the screen. You can also move the graph forward or backward in time using the arrows on the timeline s upper left and right corners. Hovering your mouse over any section of the bar charts will display what tasks the individual on that row is assigned to, and what % of their time is allocated to the tasks on that date. 2) The Allocation Loading column calculates across a date range the total allocation loading for each individual, plus lists each task they are assigned to during the selected period as well as the overall percentage of their time assigned to that task given the duration selected. You instantly know who s assigned to what and at what % of loading across any date range. 3) To modify the date range, simply right click in this view, choose Select Date Range and select your start and end dates. This automatically configures the timeline graph to display this date range selected, plus identifies each task an individual is assigned to during the date range selected. It then lists each task and its assigned priority for each individual.
9 4. Updates, Dependencies, To-dos & Time Cards Progress Updates: Regular progress updates are key to keeping any project plan current and of value. Progress updates can be entered by any of the following means: Manually using the Right click menu option in the Main Workspace or within the Progress tab in the record details, Dragging in an Outlook and converting it to a progress update, or by Converting the comments in a todo or event into a progress update using the right click menu option in those records (Save as). You can set whatever default template you wish to automatically display when a new progress update is added, in the General Preferences/Template area. The Results field in progress updates is used as the primary field for tracking a score or measurement value. There are actually 10 user results fields to add to your ability to capture metric trends in progress updates, as well as display them in a graph using the right click option of Results History. But if you are just starting, our research in best practices suggest that progress updates contain the following at a minimum: 1. Summary: A word summary of progress and status todate, 2. Issues: A statement of any known issues 3. Next Steps: Plans for resolving any raised issues typically repurposed as either additional todos or tasks within ManagePro. 4. A value for % complete. Dependencies: Linking Dependencies ManagePro enables you to create and track a basic dependency link between any one record and another. It links the Due date of the first record (predecessor record) to the start date of the second record (dependent record). So if the Due date of the first goal slips past the original Start date of the dependent record, then the dependent record will get pushed out or delay its start date to the next business day automatically. Linking can be done in one of two ways: 1. Highlight the dependent record in the Main Workspace. Then choose the right click option of Link to Dependent. Click to add a predecessor record or task and select it from the drop down menu and Save.
10 2. In the Gantt Chart view, click the linking button in the Gantt Chart section of the ribbon menu. Then point your cursor at the duration bar of the predecessor record, hold your left mouse button down, and drag your cursor over the duration bar of the dependent record, and ManagePro will both link the Due Date and Start Date as described above, but will also draw a blue connecting arrow for ease in visualizing relationships. Note: A black arrow will be displayed while you are making the link between the two goals, however when you release your mouse the two goals are linked with a blue arrow as shown in the next graphic. Both records must have start and due dates, before creating a dependency relationship. Also when picking 2 records to link, make sure the start date of the dependent record is the same or later than the Due date of the predecessor record and use right click Refresh to update the Gantt if needed. To remove a dependency or link between two goals, follow the steps below: 1.Right-click on the blue arrow that joins the two goals 2. Select Delete Link from the right-click menu options For additional assistance, ManagePro will automatically display the critical path along a series of linked records if you first select the endpoint or final record in the series, then click the Critical Path button in the ribbon control.
11 To-dos: Keeping track of to-dos is the basis for most people staying organized. It s easy to have them spread all over in post-it notes, scraps of paper, and that space between your ears. As David Allen suggests in his Get it Done model, you want to dump all that information into a trackable system, and there s none better than ManagePro. You can enter todos in the following methods, use them all so nothing slips through the cracks: Attach to-dos to any record for reference by highlighting that record, then select Add from the top of the program or the right click menu, or go to the Todo tab and right click to add a new to-do. Right click in the Calendar and add a To-do Right click in the User or Multi-list/Todo tab and add a todo Drag an Outlook into ManagePro on the calendar or onto a record in the Main Workspace and save it as a To-do. Timecard Entries The Timecard tracks hours allocated entries entered against each goal, action step or task. The Timecard provides statistics of the amount of time such as Hours to-date, Hours this month, and Hours this week that has been expended against the identified line item. Timecard entries are stored in the Goal Details View and People and Meetings view. Time cards can be entered in one of three ways 1. Use the right click option of Multi Edit/Time cards. From here you have the option to enter time card entries against any or all of the current projects records assigned to you, or just those you have highlighted with control left mouse click, prior to choosing this option. 2. You can select any record and then from the ribbon control or right click menu select Add/Time Card. 3. From within the details of any record you can click on the Timecard tab and then proceed to add a timecard entry. Note: If there are no previous time card entries, the display of timecard entries will be blank, as seen below. In this case, right-click and select the Add menu to enter a timecard entry.
12 If previous records exist, you may see the entries with "red-locks" which means you can only view the entry and cannot make changes but can add new entries. To complete an entry, simply: Enter comments in the free form text field The date and time can be changed by accessing the calendar date picker You can make the time entry for yourself (the logged in user), or click the Who drop down to access a list of Users Enter the hours Save your changes Working with Timecard Entries in the People and Meetings View Navigate to the People and Meeting View High-light a name and Right-click and select Timecard The display below illustrates hours for AmyM, you can modify existing hours, or add new hours Additionally, you can print the timecard by printing a selected record or a range of records by using the Shift or CTRL keyboard commands.
13 When in the Print Preview, you can print, save, or print the output to various formats. This is the conclusion of this document on project management and resource allocation with ManagePro.
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