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Selling Project Management to Executive Management

by Joe Wynne

Success in convincing executive leadership to spend money on project management is difficult, unless a sophisticated "sales relationship" is developed. The steps in this template are designed to show project managers how to develop and cultivate such a sales relationship to upper management.

Sensitive Communication Scheduler

by Joe Wynne

This template is designed to assist the project manager with planning timely project communications on critical but sensitive topics. Message details can be listed and timing of delivery to specific groups can be scheduled. The appearance of "covering up" or communicating only to favored groups can thus be avoided. Missed communications can also be avoided.

Server Status Codes

by Luc K. Richard

Ever wonder where that "HTTP 404 or Internal Server Error" message displayed on your browser comes from? And what does it mean?

Service Industry Outsourcing Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Example

by Project Management Institute

This zip file contains the white paper "The Work Breakdown Structure: A Brief Synopsis," a Service Industry Outsourcing Work Breakdown Structure in both Word and Excel, and a PDF Appendix of the Service Industry Outsourcing Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Example. These resources are presented from the PMI Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures. PMI members can access a PDF of the full standard at no cost, and anyone can purchase a hard copy via the PMI Store.

Service Objectives Scorecard


How well are your project's IT service objectives meeting the needs of the end users? Find out by asking them to rank each service objective on its merits.

Seven Win Conditions


These tradeoffs are prioritized in importance by the project sponsor and crucial stakeholders.

Siebel Scope Statement


Begin your Siebel implementation project by defining the scope at a high level. Here's an example from the Financial industry.

Signature and Purchasing Authority Chart


This handy reference form will help both management and labor see at a glance who is authorized to purchase and sign for materials and for what amount.

Simple Communication Plan


This simple communication plan lists your stakeholder communication and training strategies to inform project participants and get them up to speed about your project and its outcomes.


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