This checklist allows you to perform an audit of your requirements documentation. Use it when scope is defined, when requirements are documented for sign-off, or any time the completeness or accuracy or your requirements docs are called into question.
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How robust and ready for launch is your project? Rate your own project on many success-indicator details in important areas using this extensive questionnaire. The results should help you discover your project's maturity level in terms of probabilities for success and where adjustments should be made.
This checklist will assist you in minimizing scope creep, schedule extensions and project failure by evaluating whether the initial requirements are complete. This series of requirements attributes, quality checks, and examples provide a thorough review of what you plan to do.
Choosing package vendors is never easy. Let this checklist guide you in making that all important first cut.
Going into an interview unprepared wastes time and money, and can ruin your repuatation as a manager. Whether you're addressing a workforce problem, gathering client requirements or getting information from stakeholders, this preparation checklist will help you get the most out of your next interview.
Going wireless? Make sure the equipment you purchase meets the needs of your organization and increase your chances of getting approval for that expense on the first try. This checklist will ensure that you aren't forgetting anything.
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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.
To maximize performance from each team member, make sure everyone has been properly oriented from the beginning. This checklist will help you ensure that you've covered all bases.
Have you assigned your new hire a phone line yet? E-mail address? What about the computer? Welcoming new hires should never be a chore. Stay on top of things with this checklist.