There are a lot of great sprint/task board tools out there, but what if you don’t have access to them? How can you improvise using traditional Office tools to create your own sprint/task board? Can you use a spreadsheet to make your own STB? Yes—within limits. Use this template in conjunction with the article Write Your Own Story(board): How to Keep Remote PM Processes on Point.
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This Excel template is to be used in conjunction with the article Task Duration Estimation: A Simple Solution. Together, they can be used to conduct a Monte Carlo simulation. This will provide a statistically reliable method of estimating the minimum required time to schedule for any task so that its chance of success falls within a given confidence parameter.
This Final Project Report provides a snapshot of your project and provides an outline to help you surfaces relevant information on milestones, budget, time, lessons learned, and more! Adapt it to fit your needs.
This Excel heat map template gives you the ability to visually indicate your portfolio status to stakeholders by assigning data to a set of projects, which are displayed as bubbles of varying sizes. Adapt the axes names and data to fit your needs.
This Excel workbook includes sheets to help you keep track of scope, schedule, risks, costs, resource allocation and your work breakdown structure during a project. Adapt it to fit your organization and project.
Translate your improvement plans into concrete actions and real results using this simple questionnaire, which helps you chart development focus areas and tie them to situations you encounter on the job. Adjust to fit your situation, and add rows/sections as needed.