Microsoft Project and Agile: Apples and Oranges?
Microsoft Project on the desktop has often been characterized as a tool suitable only for waterfall projects. Anything iterative or Agile cannot be done using Microsoft Project. Please join Bob Tyler as he proves these claims false!
Microsoft Project is a very powerful scheduling tool, but it can also be used very effectively on projects using Agile or other iterative methodologies. Using the latest version of Microsoft Project, Bob will demonstrate how it can be done, with minimal effort in the tool. Requiring nothing more than configuration changes to Microsoft Project, it can be used very efficiently to manage Agile projects. No custom coding or macros are required!
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