with Keith Wilson

About This Webinar

Learn how to create new Agile projects or apply Agile views to your existing waterfall projects. Join us as we show you how to track your projects using Scrum and Kanban methodologies, including viewing task boards, creating backlogs, and tracking sprints, as well as viewing reports based on agile statistics. Explore the new Agile capabilities in the Microsoft Project Online Desktop Client to manage sprints and Kanban boards with illustrating Microsoft Project Agile Scrum capabilities.

This webinar will cover:

  • Introduction to Agile, Scrum, and Kanban
  • Current Trends
  • Creating a New Agile Projects
  • Microsoft Project Scrum Demo
  • Views
  • Tables
  • Reports
  • Microsoft Project Kanban Demo

Webinar hosted by:

AKeith Wilson

About the Trainer

Keith Wilson

Keith Wilson is a Senior Consultant and Trainer with IIL. His background includes over 25 years of successful coaching, training, management, and consulting experience. He is well known for his public speaking skills and enthusiasm, and he has been a welcomed facilitator at numerous Fortune 500 corporations, universities, and associations worldwide. He has successfully consulted, developed courses, and coached and trained thousands of people worldwide virtually, in person and through on-demand recordings in the all the areas of Agile including introduction, implementation, Agile for PM and BAs, Project Management from introduction to PMP exam Preparation, Portfolio and Program Management, Strategic Management Business Analysis, , Kanban, Microsoft Project, Project Online/Server, SharePoint, Leadership and Interpersonal Skill, Emotional Intelligence, Presentation and Facilitation Skills. Keith is consistently rated as a top Coach, Trainer, and Facilitator with outstanding evaluations and comments that include: Very engaging, Energetic, Entertaining, Informative, Interesting, Great presenter, Very enthusiastic; Really humorous, Clear, Concise and Effective, Extremely knowledgeable, The best trainer I have had in 30 years.