Introducing new ways to work in Microsoft Project

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Today’s project teams need to collaborate successfully to deliver value. Project managers and teams want to work in ways that make sense for their projects. Program and portfolio managers want transparency and governance across the entire project portfolio.


How can your company or department support different work styles without losing the power of a centralized project management system? With agile in Project, project managers and teams can choose the methodology that makes sense for the project at hand, including: agile, waterfall, hybrid, or task-oriented. The integration of Project with Microsoft Planner lets you connect Project tasks to a Planner plan and track detailed work in Planner.

Read the full blog post here!

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Thanks, @Dylan Snodgrass - I'm inspired by your post and very glad to see this development in Microsoft Project.  Will definitely be checking things out shortly!


This direction aligns very well with our approach to project management, the foundations of which are described (unfortunately very academically) in my little article on the relevance of Waterfall - here - and especially the section on the 'evolving role of the modern project manager'.