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|TIME: 09:00 to 16:30 GMT|
Incorporate the Agile Project Management methodology into Microsoft Project. This course is ideal if you've taken an AgilePM qualification and want to schedule and manage your Agile Time Box and Requirements.
If you’re a Project Online subscriber, you can work with your projects in a more agile way in the Project Online Desktop Client. If you are used to using Kanban for Scrum methodologies to manage your projects, the Project Online Desktop Client allows you to create and manage your projects in a familiar way through the use of task board views of your projects and the ability to create sprints-based projects. This course is also ideal if you have taken an Agile PM® certificated course and want to schedule and manage your agile timebox and requirements.
Using the agile tools and incorporating them with the existing features of MS Project gives added functionality and flexibility to your project planning and scheduling. This course has been developed to be accessible to all levels – from student to senior project managers – it gives practical guidance on using the agile tools to enhance your project planning and tracking. This is a structured but informal course with opportunities to ask questions relating to your projects.
This one day course is aimed at: project administrators, project co-ordinators, project planners, project managers, programme managers and pmo managers, or anyone else interested in utilising the agile features to manage your project, iterations and sprints.
You want to set up and manage Agile Projects using MS Project: take this 1 day MS Project for Agile Project Management course.
You want to learn more about MS Project: take the 1 day scheduling course.
There’s a 25% discount on each 1 day MS Project course for those who’ve taken a Project Management Qualification with IPSO FACTO and paid the full fee. Discounts for groups. Contact us for details.
The features described in this course are only available with the version of Project available with a Project Online subscription. To check which version of Project you’re using, open Project, choose File, and then select Account. Under Product Information, you have your subscription version.
Additionally, some functionality is introduced gradually to organizations that have set up the targeted release options in Microsoft 365. This means that you may not yet see this feature or it may look different than what is described in the help articles.
By the end of the course you will be able to: