How do you officially "borrow" the team members you need for your project if they belong to another project or department? Here's a formal contract for procuring their time.
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Your work was a success. The most satisfying thing about your project is getting the formal ok on the deliverable!
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.
Here's a template you can use to standardize bug or error message reports.
This template will give you a solid structure for your project budget. It is organized by project phase and includes subtabs for major categories of project spend.
Do you turn deliverables over to clients without having them reviewed internally first? Use this example to run a work product inspection meeting and deliver your best work, guaranteed.
This template is an excellent way to wrap up your project. It includes: post-mortem roles and responsibilities, a sample agenda, report outline, and a written questionnaire outline.
Did you do a good job on your project? What could you improve? Let the client tell you with this satisfaction survey.
Itemize the software and middleware tools, hardware components and communication components that comprise your technical architecture, with justification for choosing each.
The project is over, and you learned a lot--perhaps the hard way. Catalog the experience with this review and improve the chances that future projects will go well.