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.
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When an organization undertakes a major initiative, there is potential for many different factors to influence the project. This checklist identifies categories of risk that exist Internal to the organization that may impact its ability to successfully deliver the project.
While there are some subtle differences in closing a project with a party or a wake, a carefully defined checklist will help with either ending to the project. This checklist should be defined early on in the project and communicated to everyone who will have input into the checklist at the end of the project.
Good story telling can make you a much more effective Project Manager. This document offers you a way to look at the stories you choose to tell and offer ways to make them work well as a motivational tool.
This basic set of checklists will help your ITIL implementation by getting your organization's IT service management in line. One major component of ITSM is service delivery apart from service support, and this checklist focuses on areas that contribute to an ITIL-compliant service delivery arm.
This basic set of checklists will help your ITIL implementation by getting your organization's IT service management in line. A good first step is following these guidelines for ITIL-compliant service support.
As important as the right features are to the success of the product, equally important is the ability of the provider to support that product now and in the future. This template should assist in that effort.
This checklist helps you with the ins and outs of archiving your project for posterity.
The project is coming to an end, and you need to release project staff or reallocate them to new projects and assignments. There is a right and a wrong way to do this. Use our checklist and do it the right way--with dignity, compassion and good business sense.