Is your project accomplishing its objectives? Perhaps it's off track. Don't waste resources and money. Instead, use this checklist to see if it should continue into the next phase and what you need to do to ensure its success.
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Closing the execution gap in knowledge management is never easy. This excellent presentation gives you hints on how to do just that. It concentrates on KM best practices and keys for success.
Before you commit yourself and your project to detailed resourcing or scheduling, use this responsibility matrix to identify which departmental roles or individuals will be assigned to complete certain categories of activities. (This is a high-level version of a RACI Matrix)
This Lessons Learned Checklist offers a standard set of 52 measurement criteria that can be applied to nearly any project. This template, or a version that you tailor for your organization, used consistently across a large number of projects, will help uncover trends and issues that ou never knew existed. Allowing you to take steps that will help the company be more efficient and effective overall.
This checklist allows you to perform an audit of your requirements documentation. Use it when scope is defined, when requirements are documented for sign-off, or any time the completeness or accuracy or your requirements docs are called into question.
This presentation is based on a real-life plan for jump-starting knowledge management at a fast-growing management consultancy with hundreds of people and lots of offices nationwide. If it worked for them, it will work for you!
Knowledge management is driving important changes in the software and services market. This presentation explains just why and how knowledge management is a force to be reckoned with in today's marketplace.
The true value of knowledge management is using it to solve a business problem. This presentation will show you where, what and how to measure the true value of knowledge management for your company.
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.
Finding sponsors to back your project is an art. Make a compelling case for the project to gain sponsor support when you are pitching your business case to executive management. Here is an example of a brief, direct project concept designed to lure sponsors into your camp.