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Steve Caseley

About: Steve Caseley

Steve Caseley, is a PMP, PMI-ACP, Scrum Master and is a Principal Consultant at Sensei Project Solutions. Steve has worked in the project management field for over 25 years, and has a wealth of practical experience in successful project delivery. As a result, he has many battle scars, but none have been fatal. Over the years, Steve has helped a wide range of companies implement PPM Systems and Best Practices and has practical, hands-on PM experience in a wide range of industries, project types and sizes. Steve’s passion is working with organizations to improve overall project delivery efficiency through the implementation and adaption of Industry Best Practices in Project and Portfolio management and implementation of effective PPM tools supporting these best practices. Steve has presented at international PM conferences and Microsoft Project User Groups over the years.

All Articles and Webinars by Steve Caseley

5 Lessons on Microsoft Project Resource Engagements

Written on October 11, 2016, by and

In June 2015, when Microsoft first talked about the new resource engagements feature for Project Online and Project Server, there was great excitement in the project management community. We were finally going to have a formal way of managing the negotiation between project managers and resource managers by specifying the amount of work and time…

Webinar: Integrating Agile Projects into Microsoft Project/Project Server

Written on March 19, 2014, by

  Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 1.5 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.   Event Description:  Does your organization deliver both traditional and agile projects? Do you struggle with managing projects using disparate toolsets? In this session, Sensei Project Solutions will showcase a…

Delivering Agile Projects using Microsoft Project/Project Online

Written on March 18, 2014, by

Agile (or Iterative development) projects have become mainstream development and require project management tools to support effective delivery management.  And while there are many excellent Agile-specific tools in the marketplace, adapting an Agile-specific tool adds to the number of environments, licenses and training required in your organization.  In this article, we explore extending Microsoft Project…

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