Do you turn deliverables over to clients without having them reviewed internally first? Use this example to run a work product inspection meeting and deliver your best work, guaranteed.
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This template is an excellent way to wrap up your project. It includes: post-mortem roles and responsibilities, a sample agenda, report outline, and a written questionnaire outline.
Did you do a good job on your project? What could you improve? Let the client tell you with this satisfaction survey.
Itemize the software and middleware tools, hardware components and communication components that comprise your technical architecture, with justification for choosing each.
The project is over, and you learned a lot--perhaps the hard way. Catalog the experience with this review and improve the chances that future projects will go well.
What does a finished plan for building an intranet look like? Here's a sample Work Breakdown Structure in MS Project Plan format.
Compare conferencing packages by the features they offer and select the package that fits your needs.
Use this questionnaire to learn all about the client's motives for establishing an intranet and the current technical/organizational environment in which it will be set up.
Why does your client want to build an intranet and what content do they want to disseminate? Prioritize the goals, issues, risks and solutions for setting up and maintaining an intranet site.
What creative and technical skills are essential to have on your intranet development team? This matrix lays them out in quantitative and qualitative terms and lets you assess how a candidate stacks up.