This template helps you identify and track the major milestones associated with a project. It can be used to provide stakeholders with a quick snapshot of what is happening on a project from a feature-focused standpoint.
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The Project Manager’s Sustainability Checklist is a tool used to aid the project manager and project team in addressing sustainability factors for all areas of the project. This checklist is specifically designed to help meet sustainability needs that project teams and project managers face. This checklist can be considered a template to be modified by an organization, or even by a project team, as needed.
This template provides a framework to help you identify the most important elements of a negotiation. Many people enter a negotiation without being prepared, and as a result they don’t achieve what they want. By planning for the negotiation with this template, you can develop a better strategy and understanding of your needs.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly delves into the question of what makes a successful project manager. The presentation explores the traditional dimensions of success, and the implications and challenges that they represent. More importantly, it explores additional potential dimensions that may be important, and the impact these have on our organizations, our projects, our teams particularly ourselves. From this foundation, Mark suggests a way of rethinking about our personal scorecards as project managers, and what we may need to be more appropriately keeping front-and-centre as measures of success.
The Bottom-Up Cost Estimation Template is to estimate the cost of any portfolio, program or project by using the Bottom-Up Cost Estimation Technique. This template can be used in any type of industry. With the Bottom-Up Cost Estimation Technique, the overall cost of the project is estimated by breaking down the project into activities to the lowest level possible (similar to the Work Breakdown Structure). After considering the cost of each activity, the overall project cost is estimated.
Change management is a comprehensive, cyclic and structured approach for transitioning individuals, groups and organizations from a current state to a future state with intended business benefits. It helps organizations to integrate and align people, processes, structures, culture and strategy. This outline will help you shape your Change Management Plan.
This document describes a template for a bottom-up project cost estimation worksheet based on a project WBS having disciplines as basic elements. The worksheet is based on WBS elements commonly adopted on the development of new products in the electromechanical industry involving HW and SW development, qualification, integration of new components into a system, development of system configuration rules, training and industrialization.
The project scope statement details the project deliverables and describes its major objectives. Use this template to help compose a thorough statement that keeps all of your PMs and stakeholders informed.
Do hidden risks matter to you? How effective is your PMO in addressing hidden risks? Get help enabling program managers to uncover hidden risks in large programs using this presentation from the PMI Global Congress 2014 in Phoenix.
From the PMI Global Congress 2014 in Phoenix, this presentation uses a case study from the Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management in Tennessee to help you make more informed decisions for your programs.