Good leaders enhance leadership credibility when they run successful meetings. This comprehensive meeting checklist has been designed to help leaders prepare for success.
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You've read the paper and seen enough television reports to make you wonder if workplace violence could happen to you. This template is designed to help you identify whether your immediate area is following best practices to minimize risk from workplace violence. Answers of No or Don't Know point to potential areas of concern.
Developers need checklists too. Everyone knows that spaghetti code is a no-no, but are your developers programming routines that are also cohesive, efficient, descriptively named, maintainable and necessary? Couldn't hurt to check those programmed routines against a quality standard.
Every project manager wants a dream team of competent, pleasant, reliable people who can be counted on to produce and work independently. Give your team members this checklist to monitor their own performance and inspire them to meet the intrinsic and extrinsic rewards of doing the project well. (That includes pleasing you!)
Wondering why your projects don't sail so smoothly? Looking to improve your project management approach? Use this checklist periodically, especially when you have time on and between projects to do some serious evaluation of how you really strategize, plan and manage your projects. It will reveal the adjustments you need to make to increase your chances of success on your future projects and reveal ways to improve your current project and capitalize on those things that are working best.
You and your project group are putting together a proposal--literally. This checklist (broken down into administrative, technical and financial sections) helps you keep track of what you need to include.
The beginning of a project is a busy and exciting time. It is easy to overlook details that may have a major effect on the course of the project. Use this checklist to assure yourself that the details are covered before you launch into action.
This checklist will help you decide whether your project is an idea whose time has come--or something better left undone. Call it a reality check!
Buying a software package? How do you know which package best suits your business environment and which vendor will serve you best? This checklist will help you evaluate the key questions and tend to the important details of procuring the right packaged application.
Building an application? This checklist outlines 52 potential risk areas in application development, defining low, medium and high risk levels for each. Classifying your project risk in each of these areas will not only guide you in forming mitigation strategies, but really help you focus your management attention during the course of the project.