- Setting project options
- Defining working time
- Setting up custom fields and views
- Creating tasks
- Assigning features to sprints
- Assigning resources to tasks
- Tracking progress
- Generating a burndown report
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Bonnie] Do you use Scrum or Kanban to manage your projects? Do your projects often end up being part Agile and part traditional Waterfall? You can apply Agile techniques to your projects with Microsoft Project. Even better, you can manage traditionally scheduled tasks and Agile work side-by-side within the same project file. Project Online Desktop Client supports Scrum and Kanban approaches. If you don't have the Project Online Desktop Client, don't panic.
This course covers Project Online Desktop Client's built-in Agile features, and also guides you through customizing any addition of Project to make it Agile-friendly. With these techniques in your toolkit, you'll be able to plan, track, and manage Agile projects using Microsoft Project. I'm Bonnie Biafore, and I've been helping organizations manage their projects for many years, and I've used Microsoft Project for almost as long.
So, if you're ready, join me in my LinkedIn Learning course as we go Agile with Microsoft Project.
Q: This course was updated on 08/30/2018. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover agile with the Project Online desktop client, including the different agile tools that are built into Project Online.