The Suitability Assessment is one process that falls under the Project Delivery component of the Citizen Development Canvas. Our free guide to the Risk/Technical grid will walk you through the main steps you will need to undertake in order to assess if your project is a suitable fit for citizen development or not.
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The Suitability Assessment is one process that falls under the Project Delivery component of the Citizen Development Canvas. During the Suitability Assessment process, the Citizen Developer and team assess if citizen development is a viable solution for a project.
The Really Round Robin is one of five methods that can be used during the Ideation 2.0 stage of a citizen development project. This download will guide you through the Really Round Robin method from start to finish, with tasks and milestones for you to follow and use as you go.
We have put together our first list of low-code/no-code platforms that offer free trials. Download our list to help you get started on your citizen development project.
Updated for 2021! Statistical PERT is an estimation technique that project professionals use to align expectations and make better business decisions. Use Statistical PERT to create a probabilistic forecast for many project uncertainties, such as how much your project will cost, or when you might deploy the next agile release. Statistical PERT easily models a wide variety of uncertainties using built-in statistical functions inside Microsoft Excel, making estimation easy to do—even for people who don't like statistics.
UPDATED for 2021! To be used in conjunction with Evaluating Benefits: Getting Statistical (Part 2). This template evaluates uncertain revenue. Probabilities describe the area under the curve to the right of the planning estimate, answering the question, "What is the probability of earning at least $X or more revenue?"
UPDATED for 2021! Statistical PERT® (SPERT®) is a freely licensed, probabilistic, estimation technique. Use Statistical PERT to estimate uncertainties that have bell-shaped risk properties, like: task duration, work effort, revenue, expenses, agile story points, project portfolios, event attendance and more. Use in conjunction with the article Getting Beta with Statistical PERT.
When it comes to projects, little is done to qualitatively measure the “pulse of stakeholders” in a way that is simple, fast and revealing. In conjunction with the article How is Your Team Perceived? Taking the Pulse of the Stakeholder, this PM offers an idea that is not a quantitative process; rather it explores the emotional and interpersonal side of the customer relationship question.
Use this template in conjunction with the article How to Strengthen Your Resilience to help evaluate yourself across 12 dimensions and look for areas to improve—and strengths that will enable you to help others.
A simple decision log can help a project manager keep stakeholders and team members informed, aligned and engaged on decisions made throughout the course of the project. Here is a sample to use or modify to your specific needs. Use in conjunction with the article Distributed PM: Decision Logs.