In case you haven't noticed, consulting and sales have become much harder in today's economic and business climate. Even if all you sell are project management services, you need to be on your game. This checklist will help.
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Whether you are selling products and services or selling a project itself, it doesn't hurt to brush up on your sales skills.
This Data Quality Assurance Checklist highlights the major parts of the Quality Assurance Guidelines.
This checklist will help you build and refine your project schedule. After you have determined the time needed to produce the deliverables and conduct the activities (the basics), you need to allocate time for all the extras and the potential unexpecteds that will come back and bite you if you overlook them.
It's time to be brutally honest with yourself and see where you can improve your skills as a manager. Take the test and see how you measure up. Go ahead, no one is looking.
Code is a developer's signature on a software project, and not all developers play by the rules of good coding standards. Ensure that your development team leaves a coding legacy that not only implements the application at hand but can be understood by others and maintained during future development cycles.
So you don't know how to get up and go with your PMO? Get the green light with this checklist, designed to keep you focused as you initiate this important step.
Matching people and skills to your project is tricky. Use this worksheet and checklist to help plan your resource requirements.
This checklist should serve as a tool for evaluating the extent to which software applications are accessible to most people with disabilities.
Planning a software development project? Start here to make sure nothing falls through the proverbial cracks.