Time and labor are unavoidable expenses in a project. If you have your finger on the pulse of your project, you need to track labor hours and related costs. This two-for-one template includes a ready-to-use Excel spreadsheet and complete instructions in Word to help you do just that.
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Here's the form to use to keep track of your employees and the work they are doing on specific jobs on each day of the week.
Use this form to change resource pool data, enter new resources or change resource status.
Whether you are managing a large or small project, you need to keep track of your labor costs. This sheet is designed for a medium-sized project, but you can up- or downsize it as necessary.
When construction is over, you need to put in some ground cover, greenery and plants so the site doesn't look like a war zone. Use this checklist so your budget won't, either.
There's more to turning in your laptops than just packing and shipping. This plan will cover all the bases to make sure your hardware return goes smoothly.
When you are equipping your project team with laptops, you can use this plan to make sure you don't miss any crucial steps in image development, logistics and deployment.
Are your projects in line with your company's objectives? Use this flow diagram as a reality check. Look before you launch!
True leaders know that you can't achieve much without your loyal followers. This document will get your team on board and focused by teaching you how to convey your overall vision to them. Once your team has a clear shared vision, success is much easier to find.
Communication and leadership go hand in hand. You will fail as a project manager if you cannot communicate your intentions and the progress of your project to team members and executive management on a regular basis. This presentation will help you take the reins of your project by teaching you the fundamentals of communication.