Use this set of Excel sheets and accompanying descriptions to help give a basic overview of management for an event. Included are a scoring sheet to help weight relevant criteria, and sheets for budgeting and planning. Each basic sheet must be adapted to suit your specific event and needs.
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Effective communication is a prerequisite for the successful management of a project. The communication management plan serves as a guide and creates a framework for communication throughout the life cycle of the project. This plan should guide the project manager and the project team in planning, managing and controlling communication based on stakeholder information needs.
Use this Excel template to create a project plan that covers design, development, testing and delivery dates for each module. The plan will help show how long it should take to complete a task/module/user story (and when it should be completed).
Get help estimating your project budget with this Excel worksheet and accompanying instructions. The worksheet contains US, UK, Spanish and Catalan options.
This template can help project managers collect weekly status updates for multiple project workstreams. It can be easily tailored and aligned for projects of all sizes.
Use this risk log and accompanying budget allocation worksheet to help keep track of all risks and their corresponding impacts, triggers, response strategies and contingency plans.
A Project Manager’s Book of Forms - Third Edition (A Companion to the PMBOK® Guide — Sixth Edition) serves as a roadmap to help you collect and manage your project information. You can customize these forms to meet the particular needs of your project and your organization. This collection of templates serves as a great learning tool for new practitioners to familiarize themselves with important concepts and steps in the project management process, and as a good refresher for seasoned PMs.
The Project Charter formally authorizes a project or phase. It defines the reason for the project and assigns a project manager—and the PM's authority level. The content of the Charter should describe the project in high-level terms. This revised deliverable is from A Project Manager's Book of Forms - Third Edition (A Companion to the PMBOK® Guide — Sixth Edition).
The Project Completion Report is the final document produced for the project and is used by sponsor, steering committee and senior management to assess the success of the project, identify best practices for future projects, resolve all open issues and formally close the project.
This risk register should be used to log risks associated with the project, provide the information regarding the impact of the risk, and how it is being addressed. Each column has specific instructions on what information should be entered into the cells.