Meetings are a necessary part of corporate life--but there are meetings, and there are complete wastes of time. This checklist will help you put together, conduct and follow up productively.
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This package contains templates and a checklist that can be used for project management meetings: an Attendance List, Assigned Task List, Status List, AOB (Any Other Business) Items for Chairperson (Out of Agenda), Documents Circulated or Received List, and a Meeting Checklist. You can assign attendees to take charge of each form.
When a mega-crises/disaster (MCD) hits, we need to rapidly assess and respond to in a way that ensures the organization can weather and survive. Where do you start? How do you approach something so enormous in scope and scale? This Excel template provides two matrices to help. Use this template in conjunction with the article Will You Be Ready When the Next Disaster Strikes?
Take advantage of specially prepared individuals in mentoring programs to fill slots in your project.
Use this tool to identify the best approach to communicate with people according to their personality types.
Two essential tools for the successful project manager are methodologies and life cycles. Learn more about why you need these tools to succeed in project management.
This document outlines the strategy for deploying a standard systems development methodology and its supporting tools to IT project teams. It is a framework for ensuring that the project team understands, applies and measures the effectiveness of the methodology.
Learn by doing, but be sure you have a winning coach. Mentoring is key to a successful project implementation. Use this guide to get the best out of a methodology guru to mentor your project team in action.
How do you determine the business value of CRM and perform a benefit scan as part of a value-based management approach? Learn by doing, of course! Use this case study example of Midas, Inc., a fictional enterprise that manufactures and markets investment goods, and play along at home as you work your way through the case study.