In a traditional project environment, work may be rolling in for the project team as tasks—each task seen as a story from a product backlog. This worksheet is a tool to track progress of similar tasks on a weekly basis over a project duration. Use in conjunction with the Tracking Performance by Tasks article.
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This blank sample presentation can be used as a general project status report that includes an overall project status review; detailed tasks/modules review; and quality incidents/discussion of mitigation steps for continuous improvement.
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.
This brief, one-page project charter provides a quick snapshot of vital project information, including areas for sponsor, proposed end date, client, cost and more--including a brief goals/objectives section.
A team may work on multiple and overlapping projects. The estimated time and the manner to accomplish the projects may be planned and monitored as cumulative man-hours. This worksheet template is used to determine man-hour capacity for the months ahead, and record accomplishment of past months. Use in conjunction with the article Man-Hour Capacity Planning.
After calculating the resources required (with the help of company productivity norms and with the time available), this schedule will help project stakeholders have a clear idea about the current and future manpower requirements for any given construction project.
This record and tracker is designed to provide a snapshot view of every team member's booked leave for the duration of a project. This is beneficial when scheduling a project as well as when you need to check the availability and remaining leave of team members. In practice, a copy of this can be mailed to the team member for their records, apart from holding a master copy in the cloud or on a central network drive.
In this webinar, Mark Mullaly explores the challenge of creating project management organizations that work well and deliver value. He identifies the key variables that drive value, the questions to ask to determine appropriate strategies and the approaches to take to manage development and implementation. Mark leverages research, organizational examples and several decades of experience to outline what it truly takes to implement effective and value-adding organizational capabilities.
This construction-focused form should be used for inspection and receiving all the work done on a site.
In addition to regular management activities, the portfolio should also be subjected to a more formal quarterly review, and that’s what this checklist is designed to support. It provides the portfolio manager with a structure for the review process and allows the meeting(s) with leaders to focus on the critical elements of the portfolio.