An excellent idea that is too far outside of your current project's scope may warrant a project of its own, or inclusion in the next phase or a project. Be sure to keep it alive by parking it in this list of opportunities for review.
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The purpose of an impact analysis is to evaluate the effects, both pro and con, of an item under consideration—anything from solutions to a stated problem to a pending organizational change. In order to be sure that the team understands all the ramifications of a possible change and not just the obvious ones, it's important to consider the situation from multiple perspectives.
Which processes do you need to have in place to ensure Organizational Project Management success? This template looks at competency management, governance, organizational project management methodology and strategic alignment. Use this questionnaire in conjunction with Implementing Organizational Change Management, A Practice Guide.
There are many ways to record what has happened in a day. This Excel workbook records activities/events/incidents as they occur throughout a workday. At the end of the day, the diary is updated to an Incidence Log for review at the end of a period
How well are your team members performing their project responsibilities? Use this assessment form to keep them apprised.
Proper performance evaluations require justification based on trends from the entire period of review. Unfortunately, trusting your memory can land you in court.
Before you go into a coaching meeting with a worker, make sure you are prepared for an uneventful discussion--or a lively one.
Where exactly are we on this project, and are we on track? Status from each team member, please!
Before you write a single sentence of your project plan, use this document to outline the project, its purpose and its goals.