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Personalized Activity List Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Vindhya Reddy

The Activity List template is intended to provide a detailed list of all scheduled activities after the breakdown of work packages. This would provide a basis for estimating, scheduling, executing, monitoring and controlling the project work. This template contains a generalized template with detailed instructions to fill in, followed by a sample personalized to the bio-pharmaceutical industry.

Personalized Change Management Outline Template

PREMIUM deliverable

Change management is a comprehensive, cyclic and structured approach for transitioning individuals, groups and organizations from a current state to a future state with intended business benefits. It helps organizations to integrate and align people, processes, structures, culture and strategy. This outline will help you shape your Change Management Plan.

Planning Compliance Checklist

PREMIUM checklist

The Planning Compliance Checklist summarizes major planning and IT compliance obligations that directly relate to project regulations and standards.

PM Crossword Vol. 1

PREMIUM deliverable
by Emily Luijbregts

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!

PMO Business Planning Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Andy Jordan

This template is intended to help the PMO produce its annual business plan. Ultimately, your organization likely has its own template that you need to comply with, but this template is intended to help with the thought process and ensure that all of the key elements have been identified. It is inspired by the article PMO Business Planning.

PMO Development Project - Mandate

PREMIUM deliverable
by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Use this document to clarify and confirm the mandate for the development of a Project Management Office.

PMO Justification Checklist

PREMIUM checklist

If your company has a lot of projects going on, it's a good idea to have a central Project Management Office (PMO) to coordinate project teams and make sure everything gets done properly and on time. Use this checklist initially to assess whether you need a PMO. As projects progress it can also be used to ensure that the PMO is effective.

PMO Management for the Middle East

PREMIUM presentation

This webinar offers practical insights, techniques, and case examples for how to set up and manage a successful, business driven, PMO. Developed in response to member feedback from project organizations of all shapes and sizes throughout the Middle East.

PMO Monthly Report

PREMIUM deliverable
by Miha Lenic

This set of Excel worksheets include a general progress list for tasks, a milestone report, a risk register and sections to keep track of assumptions, issues and dependencies. Use in conjunction with the PMO Monthly Status Report.

PMO Monthly Status Report

PREMIUM deliverable
by Miha Lenic

This PMO Monthly Status Report allows you to keep track of tasks and their progress. Provide a description of activities performed within each task for the relevant reporting period. This is the highest-level description, so keep it short, clear and concise. Change the wording of the task/activity to adapt it to your project needs. Use in conjunction with the PMO Monthly Report.

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