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1x1 Discussion Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Anupam Ganguly

This template can be used to track individual concerns, priorities, updates and development areas required during 1x1 connect meetings. The action items resulting can be used as a basis for your next 1x1. It should be filled and documented by the person conducting the meeting. The template results in better understanding and planning development opportunities for an individual team member. The documented template can also be used for year-end appraisals.

Agile Project Management, Collaboration Tool-Sets & PPM Tool-Sets

PREMIUM presentation
by Tayo Akingboye

This presentation looks at a brief history and a definition of agile project management; looks at factors that affect selection of collaboration tool-sets; and looks at key features of project portfolio management tool-sets and at making PPM a business process.

Project Status Report Template (Brief)

PREMIUM deliverable
by Paulo Laurentino

This is a Project Status Report in Excel that can be used for periodic project information. Buffer, risks, milestones status and other relevant information are part of this report, which is a helpful tool for the project manager to show the project evolution.

Risk/Issue Assessment Template

deliverable
by Suresh MK

Every project contains some level and amount of risk. To manage and mitigate project risks, it is important to have a risk management plan as a key artifact in the project toolbox. This assessment contains a section for project details and logs for risks, assumptions, issues, dependencies and change.

Process Review & Audit

deliverable
by Andy Jordan

This template is intended to provide a standard approach to noting the results of a process review and/or audit. It should be completed by the person conducting the audit and summarizes the results of the audit and any improvement steps/actions that are necessary. It should be noted this is a review of the process, not of the people/teams executing the process.

PMXPO 2016 Visitor Guide

presentation
by ProjectManagement.com

PMXPO is the largest project management conference and trade show of the year, and it's all online. There are many advantages to attending a virtual expo, and we want to make sure you know how to make the most out of your day--and the months to follow. Here's an overview of what to expect and how to get started.

PMXPO 2016 PDU Codes and Instructions

presentation
by ProjectManagement.com

By far the question we get most from PMXPO attendees is "How do I get my PDUs?" If you registered for and watch the event using a PMI-linked account, you don't need to do anything! This handy document includes all the information you need to know!

Deviation Log Template

deliverable
by Barun Jha

The project procurement process involves contracting part or whole of work. Such a procurement process is often competitive with a condition to the suppliers and contractors to provide deviations to the functional specifications and contractual conditions. To create homogeneity in collection, comparison and evaluation of these deviations, it is better to have a predefined template to collect and log the deviations being proposed. This template can be used as a general standards template provided with procurement documents.

Project Kickoff Checklist

checklist
by Andy Jordan

This brief checklist is intended to help project managers ensure they are ready to conduct project kickoff sessions. Project managers should review the questions asked in this checklist and make notes of any items that are unclear/outstanding /etc. Any areas that are still unclear require action plans.

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