Before you submit your proposed project for approval, maybe it's a good idea to look at it critically first. This checklist asks some hard questions you might not even have thought about.
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With a lot riding on your proposals, you need to make sure that you include everything you need to include and not accidentally omit vital information. Use this checklist to make sure you get everything into the document that needs to be there.
The project sponsor checklist describes ways for the project sponsor to provide commitment and project support in an effective, visible manner.
Use this checklist to give a potential buyer of outsourcing services a clearer picture of what to expect from a provider. Each of these checklist items is a great conversation starter. Use them to uncover potential weaknesses that might cause difficulty later.
Terminating an employee is a sensitive issue made all the more difficult by the possibility of post-termination litigation. Before you terminate anyone, talk to your corporate counsel, and read through this checklist.
Our handy checklist interjects a healthy dose of reality into software development planning.
Are you building a new software system? Use this checklist to keep track of your progress as well as to make sure you don't forget any important steps along the way.
Are you designing a new software system? Chances are, you are so busy with models, processes and plans, you might be forgetting other pieces of the puzzle. This checklist will keep it all straight for you.
This checklist is designed to help you ask and answer the tough questions about what defines your project and its mission. Before you start any work, take a quick look to make sure you haven't forgotten something important. (Hint: This document is excellent material for putting together your project plan!)
This template has been designed to help guide the project manager through the process of planning and conducting a staff reduction. Proper preparation and execution will avoid discrimination suits and other types of litigation, and enable the remaining employees to function as productively as possible during the transition.