This is not a typical request for information that goes on forever in boring text, putting you and your potential vendors in a coma. It is a useful matrix that succinctly itemizes nearly every criterion for selecting an application vendor.
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When undertaking software and hardware deployment, don't forget the importance of application security. Use this checklist to help identify, clarify and document these security issues.
What level of security should you place on your application's database to prevent unauthorized data access or manipulation? How do you implement security controls? How do you maintain security as you maintain the application? Find guidelines in this presentation.
When will the project start? Who's in charge? This memo template will help you tell it like it is. Remember, inquiring minds need to know!
When there's a whole lot of welding going on, you need to know who is doing it, how and where. Use this form.
The best project managers are also excellent leaders. Use this checklist to evaluate your leadership skills as a project manager.
Yes, you can be too structured in organizing your project. In fact, you can structure your project so no work gets done at all because people are too busy filling out paperwork. There's help for you. Click here.
Where will Agile transformation drive the most value in your organization? Probably in the areas where business conditions are changing rapidly and customers or stakeholders expect continual improvement in your service or product. Here is a helpful exercise to better identify those areas that could most benefit from an agile approach.
Assess the scope, impact ranking and criticality of each business change required to implement a particular application package.
Forget about self-confidence, although a little of that is good. What you are looking for in a project manager is someone whose reputation, experience, leadership ability and presentation skills are matched only by his/her project expertise and professionalism.