Author: Vincent McGevna

Vinent McGevna, PMP has over 25 years of engineering project and program management experience, and has been using Microsoft Project for almost 20 years. During this time, as Project evolved, he learned to turn it into a powerful and versatile planning tool. He recently published a book: Schedule Centered Planning: An Incremental Approach for Plan Driven Projects. An appendix shows how he has used fields, filters, groups and views to create a schedule that is a plan, and then manage the project using that schedule. Contact him at Vincent@pmsuccess.com or check out his website.

Creating an Agile Schedule with MS Project

Use Fields and Groups to Create an Agile Schedule with MS Project I have read many comments that MS Project cannot be used for Agile projects. While I agree that Project is not the best tool for Agile...

Is Microsoft Project a Project Management Tool?

In an October 2009 article, “Best Practices for Microsoft Project, Part 1,” author Jim Park makes the statement: “Microsoft Project isn’t a project management tool. Let me repe...