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Capacity Planning Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Lydia Lopez Ruiz

This Google Docs capacity planning template can be used by any project manager who doesn't have complex scheduling tools like MS Project. It provides a calendar-like spreadsheet where development tasks can be assigned to different resources to easily distribute the work and calculate the available man days per period (release, sprint).

Cause and Effect Analysis

PREMIUM presentation

Defining a solution to a problem without conducting a cause/effect analysis is like shooting an arrow without aiming. By utilizing this presentation, you are ensuring that the solution you define will hit the mark by getting to the root cause of problems and understanding their impacts.

Cause and Effect Analysis (Japanese Translation)

PREMIUM presentation

因果関係分析を行わずに問題に対する解決策を定義することは、狙いを定めずに矢を放つことと同じです。 このプレゼンテーションを活用することで、定義したソリューションが問題の根本的な原因を把握し、その影響を理解することで、その目標を達成できるようになります。

Change HEADWAY Change Management Plan

PREMIUM deliverable
by Interthink

This document presents the detailed plan for integrating change in the organization. For small changes consider including relevant elements of the document to the Project HEADWAY Project Plan template. For medium changes consider the relevance of a lite Change Management Plan. For large changes complete the Change Management Plan and consider other elements to be added that add to the likelihood of the adoption of the change.

Change HEADWAY Change Management Project Plan - Large

PREMIUM project plan
by Interthink

The Change HEADWAY Change Management project plan for large projects is a work breakdown structure in MS Project containing links to detailed instructions and resources on gantthead.

Change HEADWAY Change Management Project Plan - Medium

PREMIUM project plan
by Interthink

The Change HEADWAY Change Mangement project plan for medium projects is a work breakdown structure in MS Project containing links to detailed instructions and resources on gantthead.

Change HEADWAY Change Management Project Plan - Small

PREMIUM project plan
by Interthink

The Change HEADWAY Chanage Management project plan for small projects is a work breakdown structure in MS Project containing links to detailed instructions and resources on gantthead.

Change HEADWAY Change Management Status Report

PREMIUM deliverable
by Interthink

This document provides the project sponsor, the steering committee and other stakeholders with an understanding of how the change is being received. The status report template allows the project manager to provide the audience members with a high-level view of the status of the change. The template provides them with enough information in order to for them to understand change progress whilst not so much information as to overwhelm them.

Change HEADWAY Communications Plan

PREMIUM deliverable
by Interthink

This document helps you capture the key messages, list the target audiences, align the timing for communication and identify the most effective communication channels in relation to these three elements. For small departmental changes, the document can consist of 1-2 pages. For large transformational changes, the document may consist of up to 8-10 pages (or more) and include an internal and external communication plan.

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