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Knowledge Widgets allows you to easily integrate and deploy your organization’s methodologies into Microsoft Project.
With Knowledge Widgets, you can display a task’s methodology content, such as best practices and procedures, in the Project Guide pane on the left of the screen. In addition, Knowledge Widgets adds a bottom pane to Microsoft Project to display all of the documents and templates for the selected task in the project.
Using the Project Initiation Wizard, a new project can be created using one or more modular templates that contain all of your organization’s accumulated knowledge, best practices, and expert guidance.
Use Knowledge Widgets to transform your business into a "learning organization"
Dust off all of your existing methodology practices that are sitting on a shelf and integrate them directly in Microsoft Project
Using modular templates, easily create a new project by assembling the required "work packages" for your initiative
You can insert a modular template into your project as new requirements emerge throughout the project lifecycle
Knowledge Widgets can be used with both Microsoft Project Standard and Professional (with or without Project Server)
Automatically saves your project documents and files to your project's SharePoint site or network folder
Includes all of the administrative tools needed to create and deploy a new methodology easily and efficiently
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