In this webinar, we will learn the following: Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Definition of Done (DoD), Burndown Chart
Learn some of the visualization capabilities of Microsoft Project that help you quickly see the information for which you’re looking.
Learn about scrum fundamentals, the Scrum Framework, Scrum Roles and how to use MS Project with Scrum.
How to become a digital PMO, set up community of practice, innovation program +citizen development maturity model and digital PMO assessment
Project for the web is a modern tool and you can extend its core functionality. learn how to do so with apps like Power BI, PPM and more
Learn about Microsoft Power Platform + low code products: Power BI, Power Apps, Power Pages, Power Automate and Power Virtual Agents.
What is Citizen Developer, Citizen Development as well as Low-Code or No-Code. What exam-based courses currently offered by PMI
Learn about Microsoft's project management tools and then discuss key areas that need to be addressed for P4W to be enterprise ready
Project management is more than a set of processes. The PMBOK® Guide 7th ed. codifies 8 performance domains from planning to delivery.
You will learn about project for the web, its current capabilities and what functionality it has versus Project Desktop or Project Online.