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The Sprint Retrospective: A Key Event for Continuous Improvement in Scrum

The Sprint Retrospective is a key event in Scrum for continuous improvement. Learn about its purpose, participants, timing, and how it helps Scrum teams enhance their process quality and effectiveness...

Understanding the Sprint Review in Agile Methodology

Agile methodology emphasizes collaboration and feedback. Sprint review is a time-boxed event where stakeholders provide feedback on product increment developed during the Sprint.

Adjusting A Sprint in Progress with MS Project Agile

Learn the steps for adjusting a Sprint in progress with Microsoft Project Agile. Modify the Sprint Backlog and perform operational tasks.

practical scrum with MS Project Agile webinar

WebNLearn: Practical Scrum using MS Project Agile (3 of 3)

In this webinar, we will learn about Sprint ceremonies including sprint planning, daily scrum, sprint review and sprint retro.

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Closing A Sprint with MS Project Agile

A Sprint is considered to be a mini-project within a Scrum project. Like every project has to be closed, a Sprint, also has to be closed. However, many Agile practitioners do not follow this practice....

Use Agile Project Management with MS Project

Event Description: For users of Project Online desktop client (subscription version), this is your chance to learn more about Agile in Microsoft Project. The presenters wrote an entire chapter on...

Top Agile Project Management Activities

Are you a user of Project Online desktop client (subscription version) and wondering how to best manage an Agile project in Microsoft Project? I’ve written an entire chapter on Agile features in my la...

Managing A Hybrid-ScrumBan Project with MS Project Agile

Many times, managing a Hybrid-Agile project with a sole Lean-Agile approach doesn’t meet the needs of an organization, the expectations of stakeholders, required delivery frequency of customers, or ad...

Sprint Burndown and Burnup Charts with MS Project Agile

Two frequently and widely used charts in projects using Agile frameworks are the Burndown and Burnup Charts. These can be generated at the Iteration (Sprint) level or Release level. You can even decid...

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