This template was developed for its use on construction projects. However, its format and ease of data entry allows it to be easily transferrable to numerous disciplines. The sample template shows one Project Package, which is further categorized into three Project Phases.
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This presentation dives into culture and provides a practical grounding on how to approach, understand and manage successfully in a new organization.
This Excel log enables you to keep track of project stakeholders, including roles, expectations, power, interest, influence, impact, and management strategy.
This Change Log template will help to ensure that all changes on your project are recorded, tracked and managed. This Excel sheet contains columns for change request and change impact information.
What is "something that happens in every project"? The answer isn't as easy as you think! Take some time out from your busy schedule to download and print this PDF crossword puzzle, then stretch your PM brain power!
This Excel workbook provides eight logs and registers to help your project. It includes a Changes Log, a Lessons Learned Log, an Assumptions-Constraints Log, an Issues Log, a Risk Register (with accompanying risk guide and list), a Customer Promise Log, a Project Task Tracker, and an RFI Tracker. It's perfect for new and seasoned PMs alike.
This Excel workbook will help you form a comprehensive risk plan with templates for a Project Plan, Work Breakdown Structure, Dependency Log, Rick Plan, Project Procurements Registry and Project Communications Log. It is helpful for experienced and new PMs alike.
In this Expected Monetary Value (EMV) & Contingency Reserve Calculation Sheet, fill in probability and impact for a risk, and then the EMV and contingency reserve will automatically be calculated in dollars.
This Risk Register Workbook allows you to log risks along with their probability, impact and expected value and status, and compiles pie charts based on your entries for a visual representation. Add or change cells to fit your needs; entries will be reflected automatically in the executive summary and charts, providing a good tool for your team to monitor risks.
This webinar goes back to the beginning. It explores where project management came from, and why. It examines the essential principles on which it was developed. And it asks whether those principles would still be relevant if we were starting it all again.