This deliverable will help you write a plan to cover how products or services will be operated and maintained after your project is implemented.
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You're about to turn over the fruits of your project's labor to your client. You and the client need to agree how the product will be operated and maintained after implementation. This checklist will help.
Make sure no post-mortem details escape you by using this analysis form, designed to help you avoid potential problems with future projects.
The end of a project is a time for assessing what worked and what didn't, to better position future project teams to repeat the successes and avoid the pitfalls of similar projects. Every project team member has his own role-oriented perspective on how the project progressed and what could be done better in the future. Use this form as a vehicle for capturing that important information.
Your application development project is over, and there were costs incurred and lessons learned, all of which should be recorded to better plan and estimate future development projects. Use this form to capture this essential information.
You've sent out all those requests for quotations, and now they're coming back by the truckload. It's time to make the first cut, and this form will help you do just that. Think of this as an IQ test for RFQs.
Deliver a memorable and motivating message anywhere with this planning tool.
Before implementing a Project Portfolio Management (PPM) solution, expectations, support and staffing must be addressed. Here are guidelines based on six key questions that can help ensure your rollout is not only successful but improves alignment and delivers benefits across the organization.
The Project Portfolio Management Software Evaluation tool has been developed to support individuals in evaluating and selecting a portfolio management tool that is appropriate for their organizations. The tool provides a comprehensive set of dimensions that represent the attributes that organizations should take into consideration when selecting a PPM software package.
This presentation is the supporting document for this video. It shows you how to focus on business objectives, write practical project plans, cope with changing priorities, deliver continuous and effective communication, build confidence in your project management abilities, and most important...make it all look easy.