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Leadership style and project management skills cannot be divorced from one another. You need both to make your project a success.
This template helps calculate the estimated efforts for IT projects. The method is based on the concept of using use cases for the calculation of software size. In the yellows cells, insert quantity values of elements of the system use case with factoring to account for technical and environmental considerations.
How much will your project cost? Management will want to know before they commit to it. Use this spreadsheet to estimate your costs, broken down by project phase and classified according to the cost categories that will be most meaningful to the decision makers.
Projects evolve, and things change. Learn how to manage change and not let it manage your project.
Get help in calculating your project's earned value using this project plan.
Here are seven important questions to consider when evaluating a proposed initiative. They can be referenced by executives or directly posed to the project champion, who may also use them as a guideline for presenting the opportunity. Regardless, they support better understanding of the specifics of any given initiative.
This document outlines how to evaluate your project’s potential for outsourcing, and describes the factors that help determine outsourcing’s pros and cons as a project development option, analyses on its cost-benefit and risks, and other requirements under it. These items are in addition to other factors that you may wish to include.
Use this document to help you manage application package vendors during every aspect of the evaluation process.
Use this set of Excel sheets and accompanying descriptions to help give a basic overview of management for an event. Included are a scoring sheet to help weight relevant criteria, and sheets for budgeting and planning. Each basic sheet must be adapted to suit your specific event and needs.