Together with my colleague and friend Drahoslav Dvořák we have published book that in details describes project and portfolio management processes with emphasis on best practices as well as features of the lastest version of Microsoft Project – the book is called simply “Microsoft Project 2013” (in Czech). This is our second book we published together and my sixth book since 1995.
My big kudos to Drahoslav as he excelled in project-managing this book to successful finish and he wrote majority of the content. I think this book will be another best seller for Microsoft Project back home!
I really enjoyed working with Drahoslav Dvořák (yes his surname is the same as the famous Czech composer Antonín Dvořák. Check with Drahoslav at the Project Conference 2014 if it’s just coincidence, or if there are common roots). I have been working with Drahoslav for over 10 years now and he is a great supporter of Microsoft Project, he teaches project management at many Czech universities and he heads the PPM department at the Central European Microsoft partner – WBI Systems.
P.S. Steve T. – sorry it does not come with Czech for dummies