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webWAVE Development Project Plan

PREMIUM project plan

The webWAVE Development project plan in Microsoft Project offers your intranet development team a blueprint for establishing a corporate communications vehicle that can streamline business processes, allow increased access to corporate information and revolutionize knowledge sharing--while reducing overall communications costs.

Weekly Checklist

PREMIUM checklist

Take the temperature of your project every week with this checklist. Make adjustments to your plan or procedures if necessary to correct any deficiencies and keep the project on target and on time.

Weekly Project Planner

PREMIUM deliverable
by Chirag Sheth

This simple project planner is for PMs to manage their IT/non-IT project schedules. Project managers just need to enter requirement/module names and estimated hours for each, define weekly deliverables by entering hours into each cell, and highlight them with a different color to generate a visually helpful planner.

Weekly Status Report (Multiple Projects)

PREMIUM deliverable
by Dinah Young

Use this Excel sheet to keep track of the status of multiple projects. You can log project state, assigned staff, next steps and more.

Weekly Team Project Status Reporting Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Kristine Villalon

This template can help project managers collect weekly status updates for multiple project workstreams. It can be easily tailored and aligned for projects of all sizes.

Welcome to Reality – Surviving the Deadly Divide Between Pre-Sale and Post-Sale

by Kimberly Johnson, Brian Cohn, Randall Iliff
May 15, 2018 | 57:36 | Views: 9,765 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.50 / 5

The PM community has great models for how projects should work, and a wealth of good advice on how to make basically sound programs and portfolio management more effective. Unfortunately the business of selling PM effort is often in conflict with the profession of delivering PM services. We see this in the form of impossible deadlines, unrealistic promises, and estimates based on client budget rather than true cost of execution. In this session we’ll explain why this enormous problem continues to exist, show you how to assess the resulting risk on your own project / program / portfolio effort, and share proven strategies you can apply to minimize the impact. Every PM, regardless of experience or skill level, will benefit from this session.

Welcome to Reality – Surviving the Deadly Divide Between Pre-Sale and Post-Sale

May 15, 2018 1:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

The PM community has great models for how projects should work, and a wealth of good advice on how to make basically sound programs and portfolio management more effective. Unfortunately the business of selling PM effort is often in conflict with the profession of delivering PM services. We see this in the form of impossible deadlines, unrealistic promises, and estimates based on client budget rather than true cost of execution. In this session we’ll explain why this enormous problem continues to exist, show you how to assess the resulting risk on your own project / program / portfolio effort, and share proven strategies you can apply to minimize the impact. Every PM, regardless of experience or skill level, will benefit from this session.

Wendy Practice II

Jan 9, 2018 12:00 AM EST (UTC-5)
PREMIUM webinar

Wendy Practice II

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