Wednesday, January 24, 2018

MS Project 2016 Agile Features Now Part of Live Lessons




This is in continuation of the following posts: 

With the new Agile Features, in MS Project 2016, now you can work with two Agile methods - Scrum and Kanban. 

In view of the new addition, the video course - MS PROJECT 2016 LIVE LESSONS - has been updated, to include Agile. 

They are available as part of the a New Lesson.
MS Project 2016 - Lesson Agile - Working with Agile Methods

This lesson has been added, with the associated .mpp files.
This lesson has explanations on:

Scrum Method
  • A Summary on Scrum
  • Creating the Product Backlog
  • Prioritizing Product Backlog Items
  • Managing Sprints
  • Adding and Assigning Resources for Scrum Project
  • Tracking Sprint Progress
  • Reporting for Scrum Project

Kanban Method
  • A Summary on Kanban
  • Creating the Kanban Backlog
  • Adding a New Workflow State
  • Adding and Assigning Resources for Kanban Project
  • Moving Backlog Items into Columns
  • Tracking Kanban Project Progress
  • Reporting for Kanban Project

A number of practical MPP files have been added as well to guide you through this new lesson. 

Overall Updates for Agile Features
  • Number of New Videos for Agile Features: 26
  • (Total number of videos now for MSP 2016 Live Lessons: 240)
  • Lesson Duration: 1 hour 18 minutes and 17 seconds
  • Practical Files for Scrum:  7 MPP files
  • Practical Files for Kanban: 7 MPP files

All practical files, for this lesson (and also all other lessons), can be downloaded.

If you have any question/clarification, please send an email to managementyogi@gmail.com.
If you want to see some sample videos, before taking your decision, you are welcome to do so. 

Notes: 
  1. With these new updates, the guarantee remains as before.
  2. For new and existing users of this course - MS PROJECT 2016 LIVE LESSONS - all these updates are FREE of cost.


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