The course provides knowledge and practical skills of using Microsoft Project during the implementation of IT projects.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- use Microsoft Project Server to manage IT projects;
- improve the quality of IT projects implementation.
Managers and participants of IT projects who plan project work within the framework of waterfall and flexible project methodologies, create a resource pool of the team and assign tasks to performers, enter actual indicators and analyze progress, create visual reports on the project.
Before attending this course, students must have:
- knowledge of MS Project;
- availability of a working model of the project.
- Preparing and configuring the application for use
- Using MS Project in infrastructure project management by a cascade method
Using MS Project in Agile Project Management
- Features of IT projects in planning, accounting for labor costs, resources, change management
- Planning algorithm, including when working with government agencies
- Optimization of the plan in terms of timing and loading of resources
- Entering facts on the project
- Project status analysis and change management
- Reports and project closure
- Features and limitations of MS Project
- Preparing for planning, modeling a scorecard, determining what we will track
- Project parameters, start and time constraints, available man-hours or capacity, command
- Product Formation Backlog, entering User Story, prioritization and evaluation
- Release planning and preliminary estimation of the number of project sprints
- Sprint planning
- Setting a sprint goal, defining a sprint work result increment
- Sprint execution planning, detailing user stories for tasks
- Implementation of the sprint, assignment of tasks for execution, daily update of the execution status, entering actual data about the execution
- Analysis move Sprint Burdown Chart
- Sprint rescheduling
- Sprint Completion
- Analysis of the progress of the project, Project Burn down Chart, making changes
- Project Completion