Here's a toolkit full of planning templates for instituting and managing organizational change and enrolling sponsors in your project.
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Have you landed a nice, fat, multi-year project contract? Congratulations! Now download this Excel spreadsheet to help track the actual costs of servicing this contract over time.
Agile project leaders and teams can use this one-page worksheet to help plan and create sprint goals, including description, demonstration items, Definition of Done, and key metrics. Use in conjunction with the article Sprint Planning: Are You Doing It Backwards?
As a project manager, you are certainly under stress. Certain projects just take it out of you. These same projects could be taking it out of your project team, too. Your people could be burning out. Use this assessment sheet to rate your project team and see who really needs a vacation or perhaps a job reassignment.
This document will assist project managers in preparing to interview all stakeholders in a project. It will help you understand the general needs of various groups an individuals that your project will impact.
The success or failure of most strategic initiatives can be directly linked to its stakeholders. These are the influencers and decision-makers who have organizational authority to allocate resources, set priorities and drive change. Here is a comprehensive checklist to assess their commitment, capability and communication.
Sponsors and stakeholders expect certain things. And your project team needs to discover, review and document certain expectations as requirements. Use this detailed interview template for this discussion with the sponsor, as well as when interviewing various stakeholders.
The stakeholder management plan template is a simple yet useful. It helps you document and manage your project stakeholders throughout the project lifecycle. It can be customized by adding or changing column headings to meet the needs of your organization.
You need to identify stakeholders early on in the process. Use this updated template to log in the stakeholders and help map out their concerns, ideas and posturing on the project at a high level.
This template is designed to assist the project manager to prepare for negotiations with stakeholders in matters related to workforce management.