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I will check on this Sally. By the way, I miss the Lovettsville area. I grew up outside of Leesburg. Have relatives in Lovettsville.
I prepare a simple traffic light status report for steering committees and senior stakeholders.
I focus on overall progress, scope, schedule, risks, issues, resources.
for internal stakeholders I add budget as well.
so a nice simple table with the colours and a brief comment providing context for why each category is green (all well), yellow (issues, but managed), or red (issues, intervention required).
followed by key deliverables achieved in the current reporting period, key deliverables targeted in the upcoming period, and change control elements.
You could adapt a standard project or portfolio status report for this purpose, but you might want to add metrics such as:
- business value delivered
- features delivered and used/features delivered
- team satisfaction
- stakeholder satisfaction
Thanks for your responses. I was looking for a template but I will google for it and see what I can come up with. One of my reasons is that there may be significant issues to address with a new project I am slated for. I was also thinking that since the team is productive I need to balance (offset) this long list of issues with the to-date business value delivered and possible show our velocity improvements. There is no standard template at the moment for reporting.
Kiron listed valid options. And you will most likely be piecemealing a final status from variations you find during your search. Take a look on Pinterest, too, for ideas.
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