Need to sell your business case to executive management? They will want to see the bottom line, which includes the benefits stated in quantifiable terms of value to the organization. Don't be vague. Quantify those benefits, as this example illustrates!
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This template is built for construction project control managers who need to keep track of quantities installed onsite and—with the same tool—produce a weekly/monthly report that supplies management with quantitative feedback about project status.
Use this checklist to give a potential buyer of outsourcing services a clearer picture of what to expect from a provider. Each of these checklist items is a great conversation starter. Use them to uncover potential weaknesses that might cause difficulty later.
This template will allow you to create multiple scenarios with quick budget estimates for the purposes or discussion and high-level decision-making.
What's the first step in looking at the risks you face in delivering your project? Before performing a full-blow assessment, you may want to ask yourself a few simple questions. This 10 minute, 27 question worksheet will help you quickly identify a number of risk factors common to many projects. It's a great first step in looking at the risks you may be facing at a macro level.
Avoid legal pitfalls when working with contracts by referring to this quick guide--and consulting with corporate counsel.
This simple quotation form could easily be turned into a work order and is designed for simpler jobs without much labor or equipment needs.