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Webinars

Join the Sensei team at these upcoming webinars.

Best Practices with Microsoft PPM

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Best Practices with Microsoft PPM  2/6/2019 10:00 AM PST 1.5 hours
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Best Practices with Microsoft PPM  3/13/2019 11:00 AM PST 1.5 hours
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Sensei-hosted Webinars

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Upgrading from Project Desktop to Project Online Are you considering a move to Microsoft Project Online and need guidance on its capabilities? Are you just curious about how Project Online is different from Project Desktop? This NEW webinar will compare the features and functionalities of Project Desktop vs Project Online. We'll demonstrate the differences in a live environment, discuss the significant advantages of upgrading, and help you understand how to make the move seamlessly.

Audience: Project Managers, Business Decision Makers
Level: Beginner to Intermediate to Advanced
Technical Content: Light to Moderate
1/31/201910:00am PST1.5 hours
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Using Flow in the Project Ideation Process Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based platform that allows the creation of automated workflows across multiple applications and services without the need for development skills. During this 30-minute webinar, we will help you understand the basic concepts of Flow and how it can help organizations automate their project ideation process within Project Online.2/19/201911:30am CST30 minutes
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Planning and Managing Iterative Projects in Microsoft Project In this 30-minute webinar, we will review the product backlog and sprint board functionality available in Microsoft Project. While these boards allow you to fully manage both your product backlog and the current sprint, we will also demonstrate how to add additional information to configure Microsoft Project to support additional Agile management principles, such as story point and story type management. We will also review how Microsoft Project is the ideal tool for managing hybrid projects, where some aspects of the project require predictive management approaches, while the rest is best supported using iterative approaches.3/19/201911:30am CDT30 minutes
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