When will the project start? Who's in charge? This memo template will help you tell it like it is. Remember, inquiring minds need to know!
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You have a bright idea deserving of funding and implementation. Here's how to get it down on paper so your boss and a sponsor with deep pockets will say, That's brilliant. Do it!
Projects mean change, and change by its very nature can be threatening. Manage change intelligently with documented procedures and record keeping. This change tracking form should help.
The only constant in life (and projects) is change. This plan documents a change control procedure that can handle the messiest and most extensive of changes.
How do changes get recorded, analyzed and approved on your project? This document contains guidelines for these procedures and more.
Get the right people to buy into your project. A communications plan will keep everyone informed and involved through every stage.
Sooner or later, your company will have work with consultants and professional services providers. This sample contract can give you guidelines about the kinds of matters you must make legal provision for when outsourcing work to people and companies outside your corporation. To avoid nasty legal misunderstandings, however, we advise you to have your own legal department or lawyer review this or any contract you make between your company and an outside service provider or consultant. (Our lawyers made us say that!)
Did you do a good job on your project? What could you improve? Let the client tell you with this satisfaction survey.
How much will your project cost? Management will want to know before they commit to it. Use this spreadsheet to estimate your costs, broken down by project phase and classified according to the cost categories that will be most meaningful to the decision makers.
This is a quick overview in Powerpoint form of the processes available on this web site.