This checklist is a quick and dirty way of weighing risk factors against project criteria to discover level of risk.
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Need to perform a risk audit on a project? This Risk Review Process and Checklist guides you through an exhaustive review of the effort, including documentation, resourcing, delivery performance to date, financial performance to date, and much more. It's not just a checklist of simple measures, but asks a number of questions that truly speak to the potential for the project to achieve the results that were intended.
Are you staffing your risk management team? This candidate evaluation matrix (Excel) coupled with the sample job description document (Word) will point you in the right direction for finding the ideal risk reviewer.
This Data Quality Assurance Checklist highlights the major parts of the Quality Assurance Guidelines.
It's time to be brutally honest with yourself and see where you can improve your skills as a manager. Take the test and see how you measure up. Go ahead, no one is looking.
Code is a developer's signature on a software project, and not all developers play by the rules of good coding standards. Ensure that your development team leaves a coding legacy that not only implements the application at hand but can be understood by others and maintained during future development cycles.
So you don't know how to get up and go with your PMO? Get the green light with this checklist, designed to keep you focused as you initiate this important step.
Matching people and skills to your project is tricky. Use this worksheet and checklist to help plan your resource requirements.
Don't let problems creep into your crucial development plan; this weekly checklist will keep you--and your software--on track.
The aim of your business case is to gain organizational support and funding approval for an initiative by providing all necessary rationale for informed decision making. You as the sponsor must document the business case after satisfactory analysis has been conducted to understand business need, examine alternatives and conclude recommendations. Use this checklist as a reference in building a better business case.