This sample project charter was developed for the construction of an office complex and parking lot; use it as reference in developing your own project charter. It contains sections for project scope, description/deliverables, objectives, stakeholders, milestone schedule, risks as well as business and organizational information.
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Need help putting your Project Charter together? Whether you're a new PM or in need of a little refresher, this definition list covers 25 items crucial to your Charter, from Scope Abstract and Sponsors to Success Criteria and Organizational Process.
This blank Project Charter serves as a framework to help you construct one faster and more efficiently. It includes sections for General, Business and Organizational information. Use it in conjunction with our Project Charter Definitions document to help yourself or a fellow PM new to the field...or in need of a refresher!
This template was created with consideration to the billion-dollar fantasy sports media industry--and specifically the mobile application market. Every project manager in this industry will have different approaches to managing business communication, thus deeming it necessary for you to adjust this template in order to reflect needs specific to your organization.
This template pairs with the Project Proposal Idea Template and the Project Proposal Idea Tracking Template and provides a framework for the analysis of ideas by the assigned PMO (or similar) resource to determine whether the submitted idea is worth submitting to a full business case process.
This template pairs with the Project Proposal Idea Template to provide tracking of all of the ideas that are submitted for consideration as potential projects. This template serves as an initial log to ensure that the submitted ideas are captured, but can also track the progress of ideas as they proceed through analysis, business casing and the review and selection process.
The best projects would never have been executed without a good idea being captured and developed. For organizations looking to implement end- to-end portfolio management, it is crucial that ideas are captured in a consistent manner so that they can be compared, combined and evolved toward proposals.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly explores how project management has evolved to date, and the current state of project management practice. In particular, he examines the forces and influences that are shaping project management, and the uncertainties that the discipline faces. If you are a project manager, an executive responsible for project management, or the leader of a project management office, this presentation is for you. Join us for this in-depth exploration of how the discipline and practice of delivering effective change may continue to evolve in the coming decade.
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.