The Project Scope Statement documents the entire scope, including project and product scope. It describes the project’s deliverables in detail. It also provides a common understanding of the project scope among project stakeholders. Use this outline as a basis for your statement.
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Need help with your project schedule? A Gantt chart is a simple yet effective visual tool to give you a snapshot of all the important elements. Get help creating one in Excel with this template.
This document can be used to manage procurements in your project. A procurement is the process of acquiring products or services from third parties. This process includes any preparations, the actual purchase and controlling the compliance with a contract or agreement.
The aim of the template is to capture lessons learned consistently across an organization. Capturing key project-related data in a consistent manner helps other project teams (in a different location, function, department) filter through and identify relevant lessons. The template can be used as is and shared via a local shared drive or in the cloud; or the format can be leveraged to create a SharePoint list to facilitate collaboration. Adapt categories and values to suit your needs.
This document can be used to archive any new knowledge, know-how or experience acquired during the project. This lessons learned archive serves as a reference for future projects and (together with those of other projects) forms a key asset for the organization under which the project has been performed.
This document can be used to keep track of any issues that arise during the project. It is advisable to keep track of such issues, especially if they can not be solved quickly, or if many issues arise in a short time. Also, it is recommendable not to remove any documented issues once they are solved.
This Excel sheet performs the calculation for earned value and earned schedule analysis. The forecast resulting from all KPIs [time-based SPI, CPI, CPI (internal), CPI (external) and WPI] is calculated based on the different forecast methods proposed by A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). The user can choose which method shall be used for each KPI.
This sample Project Charter contains sections and instructions for: General Provisions; Normative References; Terms, Notations, Abbreviations; Project Purpose; Measurable Project Objectives and Related Success Criteria; High-Level Requirements; High-Level Project Description, Boundaries and Key Deliverables; Overall Project Risk; Summary Milestone Schedule; Preapproved Financial Resources; Key Stakeholder List; Project Approval Requirements; Project Exit Criteria; Project Manager; and Appendixes.
Once the work breakdown structure and the schedule are defined, this document can be used to plan and monitor the costs for each individual activity or work package. This template lets you subdivide an activity or work package into smaller parts (cost items). For each of these cost items, you can plan the corresponding costs in detail.