Consultants, complete this document immediately after meeting with your client to capture information and impressions. This form will help you describe and analyze the client's needs, then describe the project and work to be done.
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You've just met your clients, and you've discussed their needs for the work you are about to perform. Don't rely on your faulty memory. Use this form to write down client-specific needs.
Content management for its own sake is not nearly as powerful as when it serves a knowledge management effort. This presentation will help you understand--and convince other decision-makers--that there is a smarter way to manage content.
Does your business have a contingency plan to handle the impact on critical business processes of an emergency system failure? Mitigate the risk using this Microsoft Project plan as an example of how to prepare for the worst.
Change is good, but just remember to document it, particularly since it will affect the bottom line. This template does just that in a simple and most straightforward fashion.
Sound risk assessment practice demands that you look at every aspect of a contract before signing on the dotted line. This checklist will walk you through the nitty-gritty details.
If you're about to enter into a contract, you need to understand the risks involved. Thoughtful pre-contract preparation, review and follow-up will go a long way toward keeping your company out of legal hot water.
You've decided to go outside your company for help on a project. Use this checklist when interviewing outside vendors, contractors and third-party development sources.
Use and adapt this sample statement when dealing with contractors.
Control gates are in-process audits where the health of a project is assessed and decisions are made. A control gate is a systematic review of the project that determines what should happen next. Use this template to collect data, make decisions and then share information.