Ten Six’s Scheduling Best Practice Guidelines for Primavera P6 is a course that combines the most widely used industry best practice guidelines from multiple and highly credible sources. Each video lesson familiarizes you with a specific guideline
With the recent release of Primavera P6 Professional version R15.2, we [Ten Six Consulting] have just completed a major update to the Primavera P6 Professional E&C Fundamentals training course.
Because Microsoft Project is within easy reach of most companies, it is often the first choice entry level too when the need for more formal project management process arises. The issue is, while Microsoft Project may be considered a commodity, project scheduling skills are not.
With summer creeping up on us, Ten Six customers are finding that this is a great time to hold their company training classes here at Virginia Beach.
Project management or software training can be a significant investment, especially if you have many members of your team taking part. It can involve being off-site for several days, and even if you opt for online training as many of our clients do
Project management training used to involve taking time out of the office, traveling to a training venue and squeezing as much learning as you could into three or four days. Then you’d come back to the office and forget everything you had learned, going back to
There has been a growing trend over the past few years for more engaging and consistent forms of training while reducing costs. To address this, the Ten Six team have been a leading provider to clients with our online video training solutions which support
Unless your organization has made the investment to integrate Oracle’s Business Intelligence (BI) Publisher with your Primavera P6 EPPM system, you probably haven’t seen the additional Reports tab at the top of the P6 page. So what does it look like and what standard reports does it offer?
Any enterprise Oracle Primavera P6 tool deployment requires more than just the software installed on people’s computers for it to be a success. An icon on the desktop, a login and a password might make it
Enterprise Project Management (EPM) and Earned Value Management (EVM) are sometimes consigned to the trash can of “good in theory, shame it didn’t work here.” After the hard work of implementation, lack of