Earned value analysis is an excellent technique to assess project health and apply metrics to manage your project. Use this presentation to conduct an earned value orientation for your team members.
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Internal project team members often have little or no knowledge about what a project is or why project management processes are important. This simple presentation can help; use in conjunction with the article Teaching PM Basics to Non-PM Staff.
This comprehensive presentation covers all of the basics of Seibel 7 Workflow Processes.
With record numbers of U.S. military reservists being called to active duty, employers in the United States need to be aware of regulations protecting the employment rights of those heading off to serve.
If you're putting together an RFI or RFP for concrete, grouting and piping, help yourself to this document to ask for the proper unit prices for these articles.
Are your unit test scripts complete and do they check the correct functions?
How can you ensure projects deliver measurable business impact? United Stationers has been able to help their organization make specific real-time business decisions through enhanced project portfolio management capabilities, metrics and reporting.
Print it out and keep it handy. This cheat sheet of Unix commands will prove a convenient reference for developers.
The best graphical or visual representation of complex concepts and data can be communicated through Kiviat charts. This deliverable will help you get smart on what a Kiviat chart is, what it does and how to use it properly.
This guide is designed to provide the project manager with guidance for basing certain workforce planning and communication tasks on corporate personal unpaid leave policy. A major focus is to reduce the risk of lawsuits connected to discrimination, while enabling the policy to assist employees in establishing a work/life balance.