This document is intended to help individuals generating business cases to validate their work using historic project information. It is inspired by the article BI and the Portfolio: Improving Annual Planning.
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The goal of this business case template is twofold: Clearly explain the project benefit to decision makers; and provide traceable, measurable and consistent data for benefit realization analysis after project implementation. This template has annotated instructions in blue to explain the intent or recommended use of the information. Organizations can adapt the template to their unique structure.
No company wants to halt its operations under extenuating circumstances for any length of time. Use this risk management document template to create a specific plan of backup and recovery procedures so that work can flow uninterrupted when change strikes.
Use this template to keep track of crucial information for your Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Disaster Recovery (DR) test report. This template includes sections for scope, acceptance criteria, assumptions, lessons learned and more.
The idea of “Selling the PMO” is an approach that has caused untold damage leading many PMOs to execution difficulties and others to outright failure. Today’s PMOs are all about achieving the business results for which they were created to serve. This must see webinar will discuss why you should never sell the PMO and shed light on the problems that quickly appear when a “Selling the PMO” mindset is at play.
Today’s PMOs are all about leadership. This must see webinar will discuss considerations and techniques for exhibiting PMO leadership that PMOs of all shapes and sizes can effectively apply.
Managing change can be chaotic unless your effort clearly manages the details, and who needs more chaos?
This set of comprehensive Excel templates will help you calculate the overall value of a business.
Planning a project necessitates analyzing your client's business and determining system requirements based on business structure. What business areas will be addressed, how do they translate to functionality, and how is that functionality prioritized? Start with an organizational mapping of business areas to functions, like this example from the insurance/finance industry.
This template is designed to assist in planning for project rollout. It helps identify operational impacts in a number of different areas, both for the rollout period and ongoing after the project has launched. It should be developed during project planning and revisited during project execution as needed.