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Project Charter Document

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by Ralph Moore

This sample project charter helps you define the scope, objectives and overall approach for the work to be completed. It is a critical element for initiating, planning, executing, controlling and assessing the project. It should be the single point of reference on the project for project goals and objectives, scope, organization, estimates, work plan and budget. In addition, it serves as a contract between the project team and the project sponsors, stating what will be delivered according to the budget, time constraints, risks, resources and standards agreed upon for the project.

Project Charter (English & Arabic)

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by Rand Kaassamani

The project charter is typically a short document that outlines the project objectives, identifies the main stakeholders and gives authority to the project manager. This PDF charter is for use in both English and Arabic.

Project Charter Template

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by Dianne Naughton

This two-page project charter template includes sections for a stakeholder list, summary milestone schedule for various project phases (like collecting requirements, the development phase and prototype testing), and more. Adapt it to fit your specific project.

Project Closeout Checklist

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by Kenneth Darter, PMP

While there are some subtle differences in closing a project with a party or a wake, a carefully defined checklist will help with either ending to the project. This checklist should be defined early on in the project and communicated to everyone who will have input into the checklist at the end of the project.

Project Closeout Survey Template

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by Mike Tressler, MBA, PMP

What is the most neglected phase of a project? Get help with your closeout survey using this template in combination with one of the many online survey tools available. The survey is easy to implement, repeatable, customizable, anonymous and valuable for getting better at what we do.

Project Closure Form

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by Waran Manosuthi

This project closure form includes sections for Document Approval, General Information, Project Performance, Measurement of Project Success, Lessons Learned, Administrative Closure, Contract Closure, Information Distribution & Archive and an Appendix.

Project Closure Report

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by Andy Jordan

Projects don’t close themselves--they need to be formally closed off, and this template provides a structure to record the most common project closure elements. This should provide a foundation that you can build upon.

Project Commitments Agreement Form

deliverable

Sometimes you can't do it on your own. You need a little help from your friends. The same thing applies to projects. Sometimes you need outside resources to get something done. Use this form when you need to go outside of your project team for what you need.

Project Communications Crash Course

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Countless project managers have uttered the famous movie line, "What we have here is a failure to communicate." All your hard work, gathered data, clearly defined activities and estimates will mean absolutely nothing if they do not communicate the right information to the right people at the right time. This project communications crash course will help you and your project team to communicate more clearly.

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