Scrum solution starter for Microsoft Project 2003

Posted by: Darrell Nortons Blog [MVP], on 20 Oct 2005 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Who says Microsoft Project can't be agile Introducing the Solution Starter: Scrum for Project 2003. In addition to the standard burn-down charts, it looks to show something similar to an earned-value burn-up chart. Impressive. It's a shame they did it in VB6....

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