Organizing a successful webcast covers a number of activities and requires different types of competencies--including Web development, content development, graphics, marketing and promotion--to come together. This plan presents different activities that need to be done and the a timeline and dependencies for those activities.
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Creating and maintaining a quality website is crucial to the success of your business; it's also a hectic, time-consuming, confusing process. Make it easier with this project plan.
The webWAVE Development project plan in Microsoft Project offers your intranet development team a blueprint for establishing a corporate communications vehicle that can streamline business processes, allow increased access to corporate information and revolutionize knowledge sharing--while reducing overall communications costs.
Now that you've built yourself an intranet, you'll have to maintain it. This Microsoft Project plan will help you do just that.
Take the temperature of your project every week with this checklist. Make adjustments to your plan or procedures if necessary to correct any deficiencies and keep the project on target and on time.
This simple project planner is for PMs to manage their IT/non-IT project schedules. Project managers just need to enter requirement/module names and estimated hours for each, define weekly deliverables by entering hours into each cell, and highlight them with a different color to generate a visually helpful planner.
Use this Excel sheet to keep track of the status of multiple projects. You can log project state, assigned staff, next steps and more.
This template can help project managers collect weekly status updates for multiple project workstreams. It can be easily tailored and aligned for projects of all sizes.
This spreadsheet is an example of how to determine WSJF prioritization, as described in the article Prioritize Weighted Shortest Job First.
If you're a senior PMO professional or a CTO/CIO considering an assessment of a PPM tool for your organization or department, this PDF presentation can help you consider the right questions before making any decision.