Before you sign off on the approval, make sure your project makes sense using this sample analysis.
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Use this form to identify, quantify and mitigate risk on your construction project.
As each construction task on your project plan progresses, keep track of it with this form.
Are you or your client in the market for a construction subcontractor? This handy form will help you keep track of bidders who have submitted quotes to help you complete a construction project and will also allow you to pass along your recommendation for who should do the work.
This form will help you look at your construction project's scope after each stage of your project while taking into account environmental factors, ergonomics, safety and general considerations.
What does the client want done and by when? Use this work order to get it all down before construction starts.
In this talk, the award-winning author of Software Estimation: Demystifying the Black Art, cuts the Gordian knot of Agile Estimation.
Consultants, complete this document immediately after meeting with your client to capture information and impressions. This form will help you describe and analyze the client's needs, then describe the project and work to be done.
You've just met your clients, and you've discussed their needs for the work you are about to perform. Don't rely on your faulty memory. Use this form to write down client-specific needs.
Content management for its own sake is not nearly as powerful as when it serves a knowledge management effort. This presentation will help you understand--and convince other decision-makers--that there is a smarter way to manage content.