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Turn on Your Force Field To Reduce Project Risk

by Joe Wynne

On any project, there are forces of good that drive the project forward and forces of evil that try to restrain it. Check your "force field" to make sure that your change strategy can triumph over evil.

IMSI-TurboProject

TurboProject's combination of top-down planning, loose layout design and powerful leveling and resource management features allows project managers to track projects intuitively throughout the planning process.

PMPulse-VizPulse

The VIZPulse tool is a standardized question and answer session designed to provide a graphic representation of the 'health' of any project.

Measuring Your Confidence in Project Schedules

by Wendy Wheeler

How much confidence do you have in your project schedule and estimates? PlanView's Schedule Maturity Index can give you, your managers, executives and clients more certainty by incorporating workforce data, timesheet numbers and completion figures.

Banking Package Implementation Plan

project plan

Deploying an application solution package in a banking environment is complicated and challenging. This Microsoft Project plan based on a real project shows you how.

Business Process Improvement Plan

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Here is a project plan for a project to model and define the "order-to-cash" business process in a retail environment and recommend process improvement opportunities.

HR Package Evaluation Plan

PREMIUM project plan

Have you been tasked to help evaluate HR application packages? This Microsoft Project plan will come in handy.

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