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Using MS Project for Agile Project Management

Event Description:

Agile is one of the fastest growing approaches used in Project Management.  Come learn how to leverage MS Project to manage an agile project with sprints, story points and advanced views and reports that let you integrate Waterfall, Agile or other Rapid / Iterative scheduling approaches with MS Project.

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

Presenter Info:

Tim Runcie, PMP, MCP, MCTS, P-TSP, MVP is president of Advisicon, a project, program and portfolio management company that specializes in technology implementations, application and workflow development, training and consulting. Tim holds the esteemed Microsoft MVP.


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Tim Runcie, PMP, MCP, MCTS, P-TSP, MVP is one of 6 Microsoft Project MVP’s in North America and has held that title for 17 years in a row.  A seasoned veteran of complex programs, and portfolio management systems, Tim works with companies like Microsoft on next generations of Project, Program, and portfolio technologies.  Tim is an accomplished speaker, consultant, and educator, supporting the project management community for over 25 years. As the President and founder of Advisicon, Tim has written over 38 books on PM methodologies and technologies. Advisicon has recently added a non-profit division focused on helping faith-based and 501-C3 organizations with implementing and training on available business solutions and providing business coaching or process automation with the mission of “Serving those who Serve.”

Free resources are available at www.YouTube.com/Advisicon or on Tim’s LMS, www.Advisicon.thinkific.com

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3 Comments
  1. good presentation

  2. Thanks Floyd, that is correct. We applied these principles when I was on active duty, long before it was called agile.

  3. Loved doing it! I was a US Navy Seabee (combat construction), or I should say build things and then blow them up.

    One of our directors was a Canadian Army Signal Corp and it’s amazing how similar things are regardless of what armed force you belong to.

    Reach out anytime with questions. Tim.Runcie@Advisicon.com

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