Following up on our well-attended January webinar, this presentation delves further into the world of program management. When programs are a vehicle essential to the effective delivery of value, how do you best structure them to be successful? And what does success look like?
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Don’t try and do too much with the risk management plan. It is just a summary document that provides an overview of the portfolio risks and allows access to more detail. Consider building this template within your PPM tool or within a corporate collaboration tool. This template has been built for the portfolio level, but it can easily be adapted for programs/projects with some simple rewording of columns.
In order to ensure that changes are managed correctly--and that the impact of those changes is fully assessed--it is important to maintain an accurate tracking log. This template provides a simple way of tracking each of the steps required to fully process a change into a project.
This template calculates status and provides warnings based on the data provided. Up to four levels of tasks can be pasted from MS Project, or data can be manually entered using different levels. The template will calculate whether tasks are on time, ahead or behind schedule based on time remaining and percent complete.
In this webinar, Mark Mullaly explores what it takes to manage in creative and innovative environments. Drawing on insights and experiences in a range of creative professions and environments, he explores the work of creativity and innovation. He shares real-life experiences of individuals in a variety of professions and environments, and uses these experiences to develop broader principles for delivering creative work. Finally, he offers guidance on how to think about planning and managing work in situations where creativity and innovation are essential. Creativity can indeed by managed; join us to find out how.
Changes are an inevitable part of projects. While changes can be disruptive, they are far better than to deliver the wrong thing! This simple change request also turns into an analysis sheet once it is submitted.
This template is intended to provide a framework to document the relationship between the project manager and the sponsor. While it is called a contract, it should be seen as a mutual commitment to how both roles will act in order to maximize the likelihood of success on the project.
This checklist is intended to be a tool for departments who are completing business cases in order to help ensure that all factors have been considered when completing the template.
Many of us are taught the technical aspects of project management in college. We understand the iron triangle of time, cost and quality. Some have been taught the extended technical aspects of the PMI knowledge areas. But there are other soft skills that are not so readily taught in college or in-house PM workshops. This booklet can help you with an important refresher.
In this webinar, Mark Mullaly explores what project managers really need to know about ensuring priority and understanding alignment. He examines what organizations should have in place to make appropriate project decisions. More importantly, he explores what project managers need to ask and understand to confirm the priority of any individual project. If you manage projects in organizations, this presentation will provide insight today into how to better manage alignment tomorrow.