Keep track of major departmental projects using this sample status report, which helps you keep track of progress and risks.
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This presentation takes a fictional project and breaks it down as to what must happen during the design, bid and construction/implementation phases.
The one constant we can count on in life is change, and that goes for project management, too. Use this form to request and document changes to your project.
So you're starting your project...have you considered your communication strategy? What about project structure and steering committee/stakeholder commitments? These considerations--along with a more detailed RACI/RASCI approach to roles and responsibilities--infuse our newest sample Project Charter with even more for you to think about.
The purpose of a Project Charter is to authorize the creation of a project that will solve a business problem. Generally, this document will identify what the project is, why the project exists, who is involved in the project, when the project will start and stop, and how the project will interact with the organization. This extensive sample charter was created with the Telecommunications industry in mind, but can easily be used and adapted for other industries.
This deliverable relates both a project charter and a project record form to be used during the initiating phase of a given project. It gives a high-level overview of the project including the budget, scope, resources and roles and responsibilities.
Here's an excellent example of a project costing schedule for an IT project with an emphasis on personnel costs.
This sample Project Management Plan for a C3 Coach Communication System Retrofit includes sections for work description and responsibilities, requirements, management responsibilities, management staffing, communications, records management, meetings and more.
You need more than a boss idea to make a project come to life. You need a project plan solidly rooted in a business case.
This sample Excel project plan for pharmaceutical generic product development has been designed to show project flow from license requirement to milestones and WBS. It provides a real-time assessment from project inception for drug development in R&D to dossier submission with regulatory agencies.