This document, upon approval and sign-off, assumes the following as it serves as a pre-approval stage deliverable confirming the deployment of the new project/product into production: (1) All project stakeholders and project support organizations have been consulted prior to project/product deployment; (2) Identified tasks during the Project Planning phase have been completed, or that these tasks are implemented to best possible ability of the project team (with documented approvals and exceptions).
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The Planning Compliance Checklist summarizes major planning and IT compliance obligations that directly relate to project regulations and standards.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Project Manager’s Sustainability Checklist is a tool used to aid the project manager and project team in addressing sustainability factors for all areas of the project. This checklist is specifically designed to help meet sustainability needs that project teams and project managers face. This checklist can be considered a template to be modified by an organization, or even by a project team, as needed.
This template provides a framework to help you identify the most important elements of a negotiation. Many people enter a negotiation without being prepared, and as a result they don’t achieve what they want. By planning for the negotiation with this template, you can develop a better strategy and understanding of your needs.
What is quality project management? Once you have a set of baseline definitions have been established, the logical next step would be to develop a framework for measuring the level of quality a project management process has or will yield. This framework will take the form of a template; this is a companion checklist matrix to be used with the Measuring the Quality of the Project Management Process article.