Defining roles and responsibilities is an early and extremely important step in project success. This matrix will keep roles straight while aligning with your overall project plan.
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The intention of the proposed RAID Log template (Risks, Actions, Issues, Decisions) is to consolidate all of the key reporting elements for stakeholders into one place. This may not be as powerful as some of the dashboards presented in COTS PM software; however, it helps for those who do not have access to such software. This document can be archived to the project database upon completion of the project for organization learning via knowledge management software.
Reduce costs of project training by using Rapid Training Development (RTD). Reduce the risk inherent in RTD by using this guide.
Effective leadership through communications requires detailed planning far in advance. This worksheet provides the tips and preparatory tasks necessary to be successful.
Engaged in the path of transforming their business processes, many organizations need to choose between multiple options available to satisfy their needs. This deliverable is a sample template discussed in the article "The Bumpy Road to Alternate Service Delivery", which presents some practical advice for the analysis and selection process.
Get help defining the policies and practices governing the life cycle management of records within your corporation using this detailed sample policy.
Delays in schedules are quite common, and construction schedules are no exception. The delay could be created by the owners, consultants, architects, general contractor, subcontractor, suppliers or by some other extraordinary event. Whatever the cause, the costs of these delays could be significant, and fixing them may take a long time. Here's some help in being prepared.
Even though you've built the perfect data warehouse, it's better to be safe than sorry if something goes wrong during its operation and you need to restore the original data files. Take the time to document your backup and recovery procedures, as in this example.
Even master surveyors need to refer to the most frequently used surveying constants. Download this reference chart, print it out, laminate it and take it to your job site. It will come in handy.
This zip file contains the white paper "The Work Breakdown Structure: A Brief Synopsis," a Refinery TurnAround Work Breakdown Structure in both Word and Excel, and a PDF Appendix of the Refinery TurnAround Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Example. These resources are presented from the PMI Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures. PMI members can access a PDF of the full standard at no cost, and anyone can purchase a hard copy via the PMI Store.