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Does anyone know a tool (e.g. Excel) from which I can easily create a Project's Governance by completing some relevant data?
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I am trying to see if there are tools that can help me out in speeding the process of setting-up a Project Governance including things like, 1. Project team structure; 2. meeting sessions; 3. reporting mechanisms; 4. Roles & Responsibilities; 5. methodology to be followed, 6. etc.
The idea would be that once having completed certain information, you can obtain standardize outputs that can be copy/pasted into a ppt.

Thanks in advance for your inputs!
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Did you try searching in the templates section of this website? you should find some stuff there to get you started

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1 reply by Jorge Daniel Gomez Cardenas
Jan 10, 2018 10:16 AM
Jorge Daniel Gomez Cardenas
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Thanks Sromon for your reply. Yes, I have searched, but haven´t had found anything similar. Thus, I am asking the community to see if someone knows anything. Cheers!
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Jorge -

Sounds like you are looking for that Holy Grail of project management which is the "enter once, use many" Project Management Information System.

I've worked for two different companies where we started building something like this in-house but I'm not aware of any commercial offering which is sufficiently flexible to meet the data element needs of most companies.

Kiron
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1 reply by Jorge Daniel Gomez Cardenas
Jan 10, 2018 10:19 AM
Jorge Daniel Gomez Cardenas
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Hi Kiron. Yes, you are right. this might be the "Holy Grail" as you are referring to. Same as you, I haven´t seen anything similar. Cheers.
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Jan 10, 2018 10:08 AM
Replying to Sromon Das
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Did you try searching in the templates section of this website? you should find some stuff there to get you started

/sd
Thanks Sromon for your reply. Yes, I have searched, but haven´t had found anything similar. Thus, I am asking the community to see if someone knows anything. Cheers!
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Jan 10, 2018 10:14 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Jorge -

Sounds like you are looking for that Holy Grail of project management which is the "enter once, use many" Project Management Information System.

I've worked for two different companies where we started building something like this in-house but I'm not aware of any commercial offering which is sufficiently flexible to meet the data element needs of most companies.

Kiron
Hi Kiron. Yes, you are right. this might be the "Holy Grail" as you are referring to. Same as you, I haven´t seen anything similar. Cheers.
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Hi Jorge,
I think maybe Ryver or Slack could work for you...
These both tools allows you to set up teams, tasks, roles & responsibilities, create posts such as meeting notes and easily find them later, integrate multiple teams, and so on.
Hope this was helpful.

Regards,
Suleander
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1 reply by Jorge Daniel Gomez Cardenas
Jan 10, 2018 10:51 AM
Jorge Daniel Gomez Cardenas
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Thank you Suleander. I will give a look at both tools. However, based on your post, i see them more as part of the Execution. Governance is more linked to Initiating. Cheers.
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Jan 10, 2018 10:41 AM
Replying to Suleander Zahn
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Hi Jorge,
I think maybe Ryver or Slack could work for you...
These both tools allows you to set up teams, tasks, roles & responsibilities, create posts such as meeting notes and easily find them later, integrate multiple teams, and so on.
Hope this was helpful.

Regards,
Suleander
Thank you Suleander. I will give a look at both tools. However, based on your post, i see them more as part of the Execution. Governance is more linked to Initiating. Cheers.
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In my actual work place the governance process was created by me. It is based on Stage Gate process. You will find related information into the internet, including it is a site related to Stage Gate process.

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