This super-comprehensive project plan in Microsoft Word is chock full of information on how to plan and manage a data warehouse project. It covers the gamut in DW project planning and control activities and will teach you a lot about data warehouse architectures, tools, risk management, development activities, quality management and the like. Enjoy the read!
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Do you need a clear, understandable and consensus-driven logical data model for a client data warehouse implementation? This sample Logical Data Model Project Plan (in Word format) outlines the information you will need to include in your plan.
Improve your organization's process management capabilities by implementing a toolset that stores your customized methodologies as reusable, improvable processes and converts them into detailed project plans. Here's a Microsoft Project Plan for implementing just such a toolset.
Do your project management practices need improvement? Here's a plan that outlines what to fix and how to run a program to fix it.
This Microsoft Project plan can serve as a guide to evaluating vendor tools for your data warehouse. It includes a Gantt chart schedule and cost analysis for the complete tool selection process.
Business reengineering is about change, but it is also about balance--balancing customer needs and operational performance to achieve business goals and objectives. Let this plan show you how to achieve balance on your BRE project.
Imagine if you could get the stages and steps of a Distributed Application Development methodology distilled into a ready-to-use Microsoft Project plan. You can! Download it now.
Putting together a whole new customer service model (CSM) is a challenge, particularly if you do it in less than a month. This sample report in Word is an in-depth analysis of a business problem re: customer service/helpdesk and a detailed set of recommendations and plan for how to reengineer the business to improve customer service operations.
This comprehensive project plan proposes a Rapid Application Development (RAD) approach to implementing a complete customer business service system (processing of customer contacts, accounts, billing, etc.). It reports the findings of a six-week planning/investigative phase and forecasts the analysis, design, construction and testing phases of the project.
The only constant in life (and projects) is change. This plan documents a change control procedure that can handle the messiest and most extensive of changes.