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ECHO – Using Microsoft Project to Manage Agile Development Efforts

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This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

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Looking for a method to use MSP to manage Agile development efforts? Look no further! ECHO is a standards-based framework, initially built on the Microsoft product suite, which facilitates faster iterative delivery and enables consistent planning and reporting across all types of projects. For Federal agencies in particular, ECHO facilitates adoption of Agile by providing a path to migrate appropriate projects to iterative methodologies in compliance with federal regulations and guidance. ECHO is not an add-on, but a framework available to you now!

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Fletcher HearnsDirector of Technology, Edwards Performance Solutions


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byExcellent overview of how to use the right tools for the right job when delivering Agile proejcts onMPUG

Nice coverage. I liked how this framework combines the best of MSP custom fields with both the science and art of Agile PM.

Written by Fletcher Hearns

Fletcher Hearns is the Director of Technology Solutions with Edwards Performance Solutions (www.EdwPS.com). He is responsible for the implementation, of Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solutions for Edwards’ clients, as well as overseeing as well as overseeing the custom application development performed at Edwards around enterprise solutions and Microsoft Project (Desktop & Server) and SharePoint. Fletcher is also one of the leading trainers at Edwards in various aspects of Project Management and the use of project management tools.

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  1. Excellent. Very helpful.

  2. This webinar was very informative.


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