Microsoft PPM and Agile: Are They A Good Match?

January 23, 2018 1:00 PM EST (UTC-5)

Platform: WebEx
Capacity: 1500
Duration: 60 min
Presenter: Bob Tyler

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In the webinar “Microsoft Project and Agile: Apples and Oranges?”, we explored how to use Microsoft Project on the desktop to manage Agile projects. In this webinar, we’ll take it to the next level and discuss how to use Project Web App (PWA) to manage Agile projects! And we’ll do it without custom coding or writing macros!


Microsoft PPM (Project Portfolio Management – Microsoft Project with Project Server) is a very powerful scheduling tool, but it can also be used very effectively on projects using Agile or other iterative methodologies. Using Project Server (on premise or Project Online), Bob will demonstrate how PWA can be used to do it! Requiring nothing more than configuration changes to Microsoft Project and the Project Server, PPM can be used very successfully to manage Agile projects.

This webinar qualifies for the following PDUs:
 
PMP/PgMP
PMI-ACP
PMI-SP
PMI-RMP
PfMP
PMI-PBA
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