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December 17 webcast available on-demand: Scrum and agile planning with Microsoft Project 2013

Microsoft Project webcast series

Join us Tuesday, December 17 at 10:30am PT/1:30pm ET for the next Project webcast: Scrum and Agile Planning with Microsoft Project 2013.

Some say Project can’t be used outside of a waterfall schedule approach, but it’s not true. In fact, most of the best methods use iterative activities, such as Scrum or agile planning. In this seminar, we’ll show you key steps for building an agile schedule, as well as pros and cons of Scrum features and approaches. You’ll also see how to blend a schedule to address tactical agile needs, while still providing rollup and time-boxed reporting to stakeholders. This lively, example-driven webinar will reveal how you too can build agile, iterative schedules and address the need for a good time table that also helps map, track and report activities, features, story points and backlogs–all within Microsoft Project.

This session will be presented by Tim Runcie, a Project MVP with over 20 years of experience as a PMO expert and Portfolio consultant and trainer. Tim has been teaching Microsoft Project and helping customers leverage it for a wide range of solution approaches since 1990.

Sign in / register here for our Project webcast series to view this session on-demand.

To see the complete Project webcast series agenda, go to aka.ms/ProjectWebcastSeries.

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