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This presentation explains what change management is, its different levels and roles, and its process flow (the full change management cycle, form start to end). It gives you an overview that can help you understand and implement change management.
This risk register should be used to log risks associated with the project, provide the information regarding the impact of the risk, and how it is being addressed. Each column has specific instructions on what information should be entered into the cells.
There are many ways to record what has happened in a day. This Excel workbook records activities/events/incidents as they occur throughout a workday. At the end of the day, the diary is updated to an Incidence Log for review at the end of a period
This webinar dives into the world of project management technology. It explores what works, what doesn’t work and what needs to change if we’re going to use technology effectively. It looks at the barriers that exist within the technology, as well as the barriers that we often create within our organizations.
Stay on top of your requirements with this collection of registers. Included here are registers that allow you to log requirements, risks, assumptions, lessons learned, stakeholders and handoffs.
This template provides a work breakdown structure for business intelligence projects and for requirement effort estimation for a waterfall methodology-based project or user story estimation for an agile-based project.
This Requirements Status Log template provides a quick way to record requirements using macro-enabled Excel worksheets, and to track progress or status of each captured requirement throughout a project (or project phase).
This Excel file offers a simple approach for the identification and selection of projects to be included in a company’s portfolio. It’s organized by steps, with an objective process leading to a final list of projects. The core of the process is a company-shared scorecard based on a limited list of strategies, each of them having its own score interpretation.