In case you haven't noticed, consulting and sales have become much harder in today's economic and business climate. Even if all you sell are project management services, you need to be on your game. This checklist will help.
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Whether you are selling products and services or selling a project itself, it doesn't hurt to brush up on your sales skills.
Ah, the ties that bind! A good contract will protect everyone's interests, and that includes the subcontractor's, too. Spell out all arrangements in detail, and know what both sides are getting into. Note: This contract is no substitute for legal advice.
A project management plan also requires attention to staffing needs that will come up during the life of a proposed project. Here is a document that will help you get down on paper the names of pertinent personnel and the responsibilities they'll be on the hook for.
Project teams are often faced with the need to quickly make decisions and are often called upon to defend and explain their decision-making process. A simple weighted matrix of choices can be a team-building activity and provide traceability for critical business decisions. This sample Matrix should be used in conjunction with the article Using a Decision Matrix for Group Problem Solving.
Don't get down when employees leave--get offical using this form.
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This Excel spreadsheet is for project managers who have to keep track of a lot of hardware over a period of many months.
This sample template is an example of a completed Job Function Description for a position in the construction industry. You can modify it to apply to other industries/projects/positions. It should be used to write in details on the roles and responsibilities of key team members. It can be used for any project and it is very useful in properly identifying the exact responsibilities required from each key team member.
This is a sample meeting agenda for a meeting of a project steering committee. Not only is it brief and succinct, but it tells you what you need to discuss in a typical meeting, why and in what order.