Do you need to write a specification for a data warehouse project coming up? Do you have to write User Stories or Use Cases and don’t know where to start? How about UAT, do you have a Test Plan put together? Never heard of a bus matrix before? Data warehouse projects are hard to manage because they change at a fast pace from the inception of a project. Hence, the need for an Agile Development life cycle. Given the right tools, you can absolutely manage any data warehouse project you’ve got in-house. Come learn about Project manager tools from an experienced Project Server admin. No, we won’t use Project Server, but for this session, we’ll just pick apart some tools and go over some great resources that will help you make sense of the chaos that transpires throughout the lifecycle of Data Warehouse project. Mr. Kimball has already done a lot of thinking for us, but keep in mind this session is not looking at the Dimensions and Facts themselves, but how the project overall can be managed, tracked, and broken down in a way that makes sense to PM’s regardless of industry.