This template is a budgeting tool/business case template for open enrollment education projects. It has several sheets: one that allows for bottom-up budgeting of the project; one that generates a profit/loss statement for the course; one that calculates key performance indicators; and a “what if" analysis based on cost and sales variations.
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In this webinar, Mark explores how to take the essential principles of project management and apply them to just about any project, no matter how esoteric or unconventional. Join us and you'll learn practical techniques to adapt project management to virtually any situation that you might encounter. You will learn the techniques that work, where the limits lie in how to apply them, and what to do instead.
How content you are in your current and future career potential? With your physical and mental health? With your current and future financial status? This assessment will help you think through areas in your life that are most important to you—and develop a practical and sustainable purpose statement to guide you when to say "yes" to some things and "no" to others. Use in conjunction with the blog "Your North Star – Creating a Practical and Sustainable Purpose Statement."
In this webinar, Mark explores the challenge of bad news and why delivering it is so uncomfortable. More importantly, he identifies strategies to craft difficult messages and deliver them confidently and well. If you have to deliver bad news (and what project manager doesn't at some point in their career) you'll want to attend this webinar. The good news is that you'll get insights you can take action on and use right away.
In this presentation, Mark dives deep into the strategies that enable effective audience participation in a virtual meeting environment. You'll learns strategies that you can apply immediately to improve the effectiveness and enhance the success of your next virtual meeting.
This template is to be used by internal auditors for reviewing project governance and compliance with organizational standards. This template focuses on the project budget, resource utilization and project health. It can be further expanded to include other project constraints; add more details as per your organization's audit needs.
For efficient project governance, the PMO must ensure that the managers review all project parameters regularly. This template will help project/program/portfolio managers take a detailed look at all project constraints and variances. This will give a consolidated view and status of each project in a portfolio. This can also be leveraged and customized for weekly/monthly stakeholder reporting.
The purpose of the Scrum of Scrums is to synchronize projects that are interdependent upon one another and to discuss any roadblocks, impacts and mitigation strategies. Use this simple PowerPoint deck to track project progress and roadblocks.
In this presentation, Mark Mullaly dives deep into PMOs and the roles that they can and do play in organizations. He looks at the reasons that many feel, and explores the factors that do, occasionally, lead to success. If you work in a PMO, or for one, or are impacted by one in the projects that you manage, this is a presentation that you won't want to miss.
How should you communicate with a stakeholder who is an intuitive extrovert? Or a receptive introvert? Use this Excel worksheet to find out! Just enter the four criteria covering geography and personality to get a suggested form of communication. Adapt the fields and criteria to fit your needs.