Your project workforce can be better motivated and more effective if it is aligned with the overall business goals of your organization. Use this template as part of your employee motivation and retention strategy and see how quickly performance improves.
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This template can help project managers plan key planning and customer activities in preparation for go-live. It can be easily tailored for deployment planning for projects of all sizes.
You have your software choices narrowed down. Now it's time to look at the bottom line. Cost is always important in your software package selection. This spreadsheet will make sure there are no hidden costs that you haven't considered.
As you begin your revised Disaster Recovery Plan, get off on the right foot with this expectations form.
Assign roles, responsibilities and tasks for your Disaster Recovery Team using this form.
Use this set of Excel sheets and accompanying descriptions to help give a basic overview of management for an event. Included are a scoring sheet to help weight relevant criteria, and sheets for budgeting and planning. Each basic sheet must be adapted to suit your specific event and needs.
Here's the only form you'll need for putting together an IT proposal. This exhaustive outline covers everything from your company's executive summary to pricing for a specific solutin. Just fill in the blanks for your particular project and company, and you're ready to go.
Here's a complete set of tools to help you analyze the risk involved in one or more project justifications, based on organizational impact and implementation feasibility. It can help your program or project office, too.
The hard part is done--you've found your candidate. Now make sure to include everything in the offer letter.
This template is designed to assist with developing a communication plan and specific messages when new governance standards are being implemented throughout the IT organization. This template does not include training, which is also a part of standards deployment, but focuses on the “marketing effort” that is weak in many deployments.