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Hour 20. Using Microsoft Project in Work... > Exploring Project's Workgroup Featur...

Exploring Project's Workgroup Features

A project is only as good as its last update. Out-of-date information can easily lead to poor management decisions, unachievable end dates, and unmanageable resource allocations. Printed reports and information exchanged at team meetings may lose timeliness between reporting periods. Electronic communication of a project's status within a workgroup is the ideal way to keep the project on track.

Workgroup In the context of this book, a workgroup is the group of people directly involved with a project. The workgroup includes the project manager, who typically "owns" the Project file; project resources doing work on the project; affected managers; and possibly external contacts such as customers or contractors.


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