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Wireless Networking Equipment Purchasing Matrix

PREMIUM checklist

Going wireless? Make sure the equipment you purchase meets the needs of your organization and increase your chances of getting approval for that expense on the first try. This checklist will ensure that you aren't forgetting anything.

Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Stefan de Vries

This Excel template allows you to create and manage a work breakdown structure using a register for work packages.

Work from Home (WFH) Experience Calculator, a Useful Tool for Project Managers

by Terrence Ric-Hansen
August 11, 2021 | 60:40 | Views: 9,247 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.31 / 5

This webinar will introduce you to a free tool aimed at evaluation and improving your (and your project team’s) Work from Home (WFH) experience. Like millions of others, I started working from home in 2020. Most of my clients also started working from home and I was asked a range of questions related to how to work from home effectively. Being involved in the interior fitout business I was keen to provide some answers and having conducted extensive research and discussions I have identified nine key elements to keep in mind when working from home. This is especially applicable to project managers as they need to work from home themselves and ensure their project team members are able to work from home optimally. The WFH calculator works as follows: read the information pertaining to each element and give yourself a score for each element. This is known as your baseline score. Identify elements where you gave yourself a low score and make some changes (as per the recommendations in the guide) aimed at improving your score on the particular element/s in question. Rescore yourself monthly as you make changes.

Work from Home (WFH) Experience Calculator, a Useful Tool for Project Managers

Aug 11, 2021 10:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

This webinar will introduce you to a free tool aimed at evaluation and improving your (and your project team’s) Work from Home (WFH) experience. Like millions of others, I started working from home in 2020. Most of my clients also started working from home and I was asked a range of questions related to how to work from home effectively. Being involved in the interior fitout business I was keen to provide some answers and having conducted extensive research and discussions I have identified nine key elements to keep in mind when working from home. This is especially applicable to project managers as they need to work from home themselves and ensure their project team members are able to work from home optimally. The WFH calculator works as follows: read the information pertaining to each element and give yourself a score for each element. This is known as your baseline score. Identify elements where you gave yourself a low score and make some changes (as per the recommendations in the guide) aimed at improving your score on the particular element/s in question. Rescore yourself monthly as you make changes. As your score improves so too will your WFH experience. Share this information with your project team and as their scores improve so too will their WFH experience. Some changes will be easy, some will be difficult, some will be impossible so start with what you have and aim to maximise your own score. As a project manager you should also guide your team members to improve their WFH experience and this tool provides a structured method to do so.

Work Stream Tracking Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Stephane Parent

Large projects often require tracking by work streams. Work streams are the progressive completion of tasks by a specific group or project team. For example, the work streams for a manufacturing facility may include engineering, drafting, procurement, fabrication, quality control and shipping.

Workflow Mapping: Knowing Your Customers Better Than They Know Themselves

by Steve Hansen
January 19, 2016 | 59:47 | Views: 2,333 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.60 / 5

It’s hard not to eye-roll when the business gurus tell us “Know our customer! Develop from the customer’s point of view!” Not that it’s wrong; it’s just that we all agree. That’s what we’re trying to do. Tell us how we can do it better. Enter workflow mapping. This is an under-utilized technique for identifying customer / user difficulties, especially in the context of on-the-job activities done by experts. The result of workflow mapping is a set of charts in which you can look at strategic goals and zoom in to an astounding level of detail – the tools and techniques used to execute each task. In each step, pain points are identified. That document can drive creative, customer-centered product development.

Workflow Mapping: Knowing Your Customers Better Than They Know Themselves

Jan 19, 2016 1:00 PM EST (UTC-5)
PREMIUM webinar

It’s hard not to eye-roll when the business gurus tell us “Know our customer! Develop from the customer’s point of view!” Not that it’s wrong; it’s just that we all agree. That’s what we’re trying to do. Tell us how we can do it better. Enter workflow mapping. This is an under-utilized technique for identifying customer / user difficulties, especially in the context of on-the-job activities done by experts. The result of workflow mapping is a set of charts in which you can look at strategic goals and zoom in to an astounding level of detail – the tools and techniques used to execute each task. In each step, pain points are identified. That document can drive creative, customer-centered product development.

Workforce Activation Phase Schedule

PREMIUM project plan
by Joe Wynne

This schedule is for Workforce Activation, consistent with the JPACE process and a helpful tool for orientation and meeting preparation.

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