UPDATED for 2023! To be used in conjunction with Evaluating Benefits: Getting Statistical (Part 2). This template evaluates uncertain revenue. Probabilities describe the area under the curve to the right of the planning estimate, answering the question, "What is the probability of earning at least $X or more revenue?"
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Hey, where's our stuff? Look at the this form, and you'll see what you've ordered and whether or not it has come in. It works well for all construction materials and even those pizzas you'll order for lunch!
A good project status report is invaluable. Use this template to get the highlights of your project to date down on paper.
This template calculates status and provides warnings based on the data provided. Up to four levels of tasks can be pasted from MS Project, or data can be manually entered using different levels. The template will calculate whether tasks are on time, ahead or behind schedule based on time remaining and percent complete.
This document helps leaders of strategic initiatives to realize benefits, work with stakeholders and teams, and align efforts with the portfolio and business objectives. It is not a tactical checklist but a “thinking prompt” for considering relevant items during project background, initiation/planning, execution and handoff. Refer to it on a regular basis as issues arise and circumstances change.
This workbook has been created to provide a generic and customizable tool for performing strategic planning with the intention of producing a strategic plan, including a roadmap. This workbook contains strategic planning process instructions and information, and can be used by novices through experts.
This deliverable aligns with the concepts expressed in the article Strategic Requirements Management. This template should be used in conjunction with a more traditional requirements document to assist in the prioritizing of features and the finalizing of scope elements. It can also support discussions around changes in scope during the project. The cells below provide a basic summary of each column.
This template outlines a classic Project Charter with a focus on project definition and strategic ties. Risks and stakeholder needs are covered, but not in granular detail. It is appropriate for fairly low-risk projects where the goal is to get everyone on the same page up front.
Whether you are erecting a small building or a world-class skyscraper, use this checklist to monitor column plumbing.
Are you into structural steel fabrication? Monitor materials, fabrication, cleaning, painting, marking and documentation with this form.