You’ve come up with a schedule for your software development project. Now how do you get your clients or even your own corporate higher-ups to accept it? If you compress your schedule too much, you won’t meet anyone’s expectations of functionality, cost and timeframe, and your project might fail—right along with your project management career!
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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.
Learn how to discount future dollar values to transform future costs and benefits to their present value.
Use this project plan to keep your network security assessment project on track.
Have you assigned your new hire a phone line yet? E-mail address? What about the computer? Welcoming new hires should never be a chore. Stay on top of things with this checklist.
Here's a simple, complete form for recording new hire salary information.
Need to document a non-conformance identified in a quality audit or other process review? This form helps you document the problem so that corrective action can be initiated. To be signed by the resident engineer, quality manager and contractor.
Learn how to match resources to tasks within the framework of your schedule.
Use this form to notify all necessary parties that you will be away from the project.
Wow, things are moving right along! The customer has accepted the quotation, and now the work can start. Well, not just yet. You need to let the pertinent people in your own organization know that work is indeed starting and when. This form will do just that.