Join Bonnie Biafore for an in-depth discussion in this video Updating feature progress, part of Agile Project Management with Microsoft Project.
- Because you don't plan an entire Agile project up front,…you don't baseline the entire project at once either.…Initially, you can set a baseline…for tasks through the end of the first sprint.…When that sprint is done,…you can baseline the next one.…Once the baseline is in place,…you can update feature tasks to…reflect the progress the team has made.…Let's baseline this project through…the end of sprint one.…Before I do that, I want to hide the task form…so I can see more of my task list.…
I'm going to double click the horizontal divider…between the GANT chart and the task form.…And that hides the task form.…To select the tasks that I want to baseline,…I'm going to drag over their task IDs.…I'm going to start at Project kickoff,…which is task ID one.…And then drag down until I get to the end…of Sprint 1.1.…That's task ID 35.…With those tasks selected,…I'm going to head to the project tab.…In the schedule section, click Set Baseline,…and on the dropdown menu, choose Set Baseline.…
We're just going to use the first baseline…
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- 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