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Value Stream Assessment Project Plan

PREMIUM project plan

Value Stream Assessment (VSA) is an approach used to assess the strengths and weaknesses of an enterprise's value stream(s) for the express purpose of creating a value stream-driven solution. This Microsoft Project plan will help you do just that.

Vendor Qualifications Evaluation

PREMIUM deliverable

This Vendor Qualifications Evaluation details a complete description of the expected level of service and performance to be provided by prospective vendors.

Virtual Team in Stages

PREMIUM deliverable
by Joe Wynne

Use this template to help manage your virtual team's performance by providing stage-specific guidance in key management areas. This handy virtual team management matrix will help you through all stages of JPACE (Justify, Plan, Activate, Control, End).

Virtual Team Performance Troubleshooter

PREMIUM deliverable
by Joe Wynne

Teams of virtual knowledge workers can spin out of control if not following specific best practices meant for them. This troubleshooter allows for a quick, detailed analysis and determination of actions to resolve or mitigate problems.

Virtual Team Task Planner

PREMIUM deliverable
by Joe Wynne

Prepare to succeed with your virtual team with these specialized tasks for your work plan. They cover each stage of your project from planning to post mortem.

Virus Protection Guidelines and Policy

PREMIUM deliverable

Do you have a policy in place to protect your company's computers and data networks against viruses and other destructive programs? If you don't, it's never too late to put one together. Use this document as a template. If you do have a security policy in place, you can use this document as a framework to get that policy out on your corporate intranet so everyone can practice safe computing.

Virus Protection Policy

PREMIUM deliverable

Having a virus protection policy and guidelines in place is the first step toward protecting your company's computers and data networks against viruses and other destructive programs.

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