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Use this project plan fpr the development of a distributed application system that will eventually become generally available to an infinite list of customers.
Ease your software product development woes with this detailed plan.
When you're dealing with software requirements and technical specifications, you can't be too thorough, too detailed or too careful. This template will help you identify the functional/technical requirements for your own special project. It also will help you describe the data model that will be used along with its implementation.
If you could look at your project’s risk register, then peer into a crystal ball and foretell which risks will occur sometime during your project’s execution phase, would that be helpful? And if you could tell your project sponsor, with 90% confidence, how much risk contingency you need to protect your project – would you be interested? Learn how to soothsay your risk register using a special Microsoft Excel® template to do risk analysis. Use this deliverable in conjunction with the Soothsay Your Risk Register article.
The aim of your business case is to gain organizational support and funding approval for an initiative by providing all necessary rationale for informed decision making. You as the sponsor must document the business case after satisfactory analysis has been conducted to understand business need, examine alternatives and conclude recommendations. Use this checklist as a reference in building a better business case.
The interdependent tasks of staffing and training activities can be an early source of risk and delays in a project. Minimize the chances for delays and budget overruns by incorporating these tasks into your project plan.
This Excel template allows a project manager to list the stakeholders and automatically highlight the ones with more impact for the project. It also highlights the ones with which the commitment level needs to be managed, with a space for dated actions.
This template can be used for stakeholder analysis, and in understanding the level of support required and provided when a change to the project is introduced. Stakeholders can be categorized on the level of support they provide, and the desired level of support expected. The template allows you to rate stakeholders on the basis of impact if the required level of support is not provided. Stakeholder issues and concerns, views and strategy to influence are addressed through this template. The template should be filled by the project manager or the project lead.
Every project has stakeholders. Your job is to get to know the ones who will be crucial to your project. This analysis worksheet will help you get a feel for what to expect from various key parties who have an interest in your project.