Is there a setting / Tool or other feature I need to be using? If we fill that information in, Project will split task 2, and move the second part of the split (the remaining 50%) to start on Thursday.As a result, Thursday's task moves to Friday, and our Friday milestone moves to Monday and we can clearly see the project completion will be late by a day (1 day's slippage).Amit Abrol has over 20 years of IT Industry experience in multiple areas of Project and Portfolio Management, Business Process, Technology Solution Design, implementation and training.
If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. While a project is underway, keep actual values as current as possible.Continue to measure actual values, analyze the impact of any potential project risks, and make adjustments to handle scope, cost, and schedule accordingly.He is currently a Senior Consultant with Microsoft specializing in Project and Portfolio Management Consulting.By submitting a comment you grant MPUG a perpetual license to reproduce your words and name/web site in attribution.The only workaround I've found is to assign it a small % complete, such as 1%. Now, let's set the Status Date to Thursday - we're updating the project plan.Then it moves the remaining part of the task forward to the status date. How can I get MS Project 2003 to show schedule slippage on unstarted tasks? In Scenario 1, Task 1 is 100% complete, but task 2 for some reason is only 50% complete.Inappropriate and irrelevant comments will be removed at an admin’s discretion.Your email is used for verification purposes only, it will never be shared.Once I've set up my baseline, I like to use the Tracking view to see schedule slippage (ie: is a project going to be "late"? The problem occurs when I'm updating the % Complete, but a task that was supposed to be complete (or in progress) has not been started yet, so I leave it at 0% Complete.Project doesn't update the tracking Gantt, so you can't see that the project is "slipping".A project is different from day-to-day work, and this chapter explains how.You’ll learn what project management is at a high level—and why it’s worth the effort.Project management helps you deliver the right results on time, within budget, and without going into crisis mode.