How do expectations and desires become a project? Use these worksheets to transform objectives into concrete requirements and steps that can be accounted for throughout the project.
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Get some help in mapping test cases to requirements with this presentation.
Before signing off the Software Requirements Specification, ask yourself the following questions.
This form will help you assign and allocate human resources for different aspects of your construction project.
Use this worksheet in conjunction with the "Get Your Project Team Funded" article, which shows a powerful way to quickly estimate the cost of your project team.
This template is designed to assist project managers in preparing for a change in resources in the project team. PMs are frequently faced with the substitution of team members, and this template helps to identify the areas where the change can be most easily accommodated and areas where additional work may be required to prevent the change from causing difficulties for the project.
This template allows you to upload resources to the activities of a program using a simple interface based on Excel; it produces a resource histogram. Included in the zip file are instructions, a sample template and a blank template.
This sheet is intended to give project managers as well as functional managers a snapshot of over/under allocated resources in their team. This will help with better resource management as work can be moved between resources or additional resources can be requested.
This template can help project managers define how many hours per month and per week a resource is utilized and available throughout all phases of a project. It can be easily tailored and aligned for projects of all sizes.
This presentation covers the questions you need to ask before reallocating and leveling human resource commitments.