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  • The one issue with Microsoft Project for work management is the not-so-user-friendly interface. Kathy Schwalbe, an author of project management, writes about both Microsoft Project and @task (or AtTask). I prefer the user friendliness of AtTask's work management solution. AtTask recently won the CODiE award for 'Best project management solution.'
    Resource: Introduction to Project Management : with Brief Guides to Microsoft Project 2007 and @Task. 3rd ed. Minneapolis: Kathy Schwalbe, LLC, 2010. Print.
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  • Project Server 2010
    Bridging the project and work management gap
  • Hans Hoet
    Competence Center Leader EPM
    Microsoft Project MVP
    2+ years @ Ordina
    7 years experience Microsoft EPM
    Hans.Hoet@ordina.be
    0478/80.71.21
  • Agenda
    Project Server 2010 overview
    Team Foundation Server 2010 overview
    Project Server-Team Foundation Server integration
    Demo
    Requirements
    Q&A
    3
  • Introduction
    4
  • Project Server 2010 overview
    5
    Financial
    Management
    Resource
    Management
    Portfolio
    Management
    Reporting
    Program
    Management
    Project
    Collaboration
  • Portfolio selection
    Prioritize and select the right projects based on business drivers, cost and resource availability
    6
  • Program management
    Report on project and program status across the entire portfolio
    7
  • Project scheduling
    Build schedules and track progress against tasks
    8
  • Resource management
    Review resource availability across projects
    9
  • Team Foundation Server 2010 overview
    Work management for development teams
    Work Breakdown Structure
    Traceability between work items and code
    Visibility into the development process
    Work progress
    Test Results
    Bug Trends
    Build Status
    10
  • Development and work management together
    Development projects and product backlog are all available in Visual Studio
    11
  • Work breakdown
    Work breakdown in Visual Studio and Excel
    12
  • Capture time on tasks
    Developers can enter remaining and work completed in Visual Studio
    13
  • Dashboards
    Burndown Charts
    Bug Trends
    Quality and BuildStatus
    Test Plan Progress

    14
  • Bridging the project and work management gap
    15
  • Scheduling and work
    Team Foundation Server is a work management system
    16
    Requirements
    Work Items
  • Scheduling and work
    Project Server is a project management system
    17
    Engine
    Tasks
    Resources
  • The project and work management gap
    18
    ?
    Engine
    Tasks
    Resources
    Project Server
    Team Foundation Server
    Requirements
    Work Items
    Team Foundation Server 2010
    and Project Server
    Integration Feature Pack
  • Project Server-TFS integration
    Bridges the gap between the Project Management Office and Application Development
    Provides bi-directional data synchronization between Project Server and Team Foundation Server by linking projects, tasks and work items
    Project managers track high-level requirements, while team leads manage the details
    Up-to-date project status and resource availability across teams
    Project Managers, Team Leads and Developers can use the tools of their choice
    19
  • Example scenarios
    Top-down planning of business requirements with Project Server and Team Foundation Server
    Managing project details in an enterprise project plan mapped to a team project
    Making Agile team progress visible to the Project Management Office
    Support other scenarios by managing field mappings for integration of Team Foundation Server and Project Server
    For a list of (un)supported scenarios, see the SDK
    20
  • Top-down planning scenario
    21
  • Top-down planning scenario
    22
    DEMO
  • Requirements
    Supported products versions
    Team Foundation Server 2010 + SP1
    Visual Studio 2010 + SP1
    Project Server 2007 + SP2 and Project Server 2010
    Required MSDN Subscription level
    At least one license of Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate with MSDN
    23
  • Supported mappings
    1 Project Web Access instance maps to N Team Project Collections
    N project plans maps to 1 team project
    Custom field mappings
    Default mapping: Title, Resource Names, Remaining Work, Actual Work, Start and End dates
    Custom fields supported
    String (e.g. Health)
    Integer (e.g. Rank)
    24
  • Q&A and contact information
    Questions?
    Contact Information
    Hans Hoet
    Hans.Hoet@ordina.be
    0478/80.71.21
    www.ordina.be
    25
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