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ms project shorten summary tasks

I have a number of summary tasks consisting of 4 or 5 subtasks (max 4 days each). These subtasks have dependencies, but the different summary tasks are not dependent on each other. The subtasks are ...
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Create resource dependencies in MS project 2010

e.g. I have a task that has to be fulfilled by two persons, but person B cannot start before person A has finished his part of the task. How do I scedule this in MS project 2010 without having to ...
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How do you deal with client-related hold-ups in Scrum?

Most of our projects get held up by waiting on client assets. Working under waterfall, we're often on many projects at once and can work on something else while waiting. We really want to do scrum ...
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Process for tracking work external to the team?

I'm currently running a project where a very simple Kanban setup (Backlog/Doing/Done) is working great for us—most of the time. But we're also highly dependent on a lot of other teams' ...
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Microsoft Project: Cannot level resources assigned to summary tasks

I have run into unexpected behavior in Microsoft Project 2013. To reproduce, create the tasks seen in the screenshot: Where Requirements has a maximum unit of 100%. Notice that when you "Level ...
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Agile/Scrum- Tracking external dependency stories

Say you have three projects. Two of these projects are end-user facing products (Project A and B). The third is an infrastructure project (Project I) where all the work will never be directly ...
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MS Project 2010 resource dependencies vs task dependencies

How do I make MS Project (2010) distinguish between different kinds of dependencies? For example, consider the following two kinds: Some tasks I mark as dependent on other tasks due to the nature of ...
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How to deal with inhouse technical group manager?

Regarding to management of a multi-task IT project; How to deal with technical group manager who risks the completion of the project in time by not respecting weekly work-schedule?
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“Start to finish” dependency example?

Can you give me an example of a Start to Finish dependency? Wikipedia describes it like this: Start to finish (SF) A SF B = B can't finish before A starts
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Interpretation of 'negative lag' between tasks

I'd like to get your opinion on how you think, intuitively, 'lag' on a depency between two tasks works or should work. To make my point I will start with some examples that are no problem, and ...
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How can a Project Manager manage a dependency on an external team?

A given project team may have a dependency on an external team in order to complete work on their own project. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner project is probably an excellent example of a large project ...