This template can be seen as an extension of a typical stakeholder register (general information and level of interest/engagement), enriched with classification regarding a salience model.
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This sample project charter was developed for the construction of an office complex and parking lot; use it as reference in developing your own project charter. It contains sections for project scope, description/deliverables, objectives, stakeholders, milestone schedule, risks as well as business and organizational information.
Here's a sample Internal and e-mail usage policy that restricts personal use of the Internet to non-working hours. Make it your own.
Appraisals and evaluations can go both ways. Use this evaluation to rate the effectiveness of your manager.
This is a sample non-disclosure agreement you can use with contractors, consultants, vendors, business partners and others to protect your business's secrets. Caveat: This document is shown as an example. Please do not use it without first consulting your corporate legal department or a qualified attorney.
Here's a sample performance appraisal for supervisors, managers, salespeople and other professionals.
Here's a sample performance appraisal form for measuring productivity, initiative and other areas for non-exempt employees.
The project is over, and the product is deployed, installed, implemented and up and running. Now is the time to prepare the post-implementation review report, which is both a project post-mortem and measurement of client satisfaction, as well as a way to document lessons learned and future recommendations.
Keep track of major departmental projects using this sample status report, which helps you keep track of progress and risks.
So you're starting your project...have you considered your communication strategy? What about project structure and steering committee/stakeholder commitments? These considerations--along with a more detailed RACI/RASCI approach to roles and responsibilities--infuse our newest sample Project Charter with even more for you to think about.