This is the grandmother of all balanced scorecard templates! Here are 18 (count 'em, 18!) Excel templates that will help you develop a balanced score card from start to finish.
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This is an example of a basic Project Charter, focusing on what is being done and who is responsible. Use this instructional document as an example of how to put a Project Charter together.
This template aims to tie business case commitments to specific tracking activities and measures. Not all projects will have objective measures, but it is not acceptable to ignore that form of benefit realization for all initiatives. This plan should be completed at the same time as the business case, and the measured and total benefits identified here should align with the commitments made in the business case.
Some projects aren’t worth doing, and some are. The trick is to know the difference--in the bottom line.
Bottom-up estimates are detailed estimates done at the work package level. Detailed information on the work package and other direct/indirect costs are used to determine the most accurate estimate possible. Use this worksheet to help you keep track.
The Bottom-Up Cost Estimation Template is to estimate the cost of any portfolio, program or project by using the Bottom-Up Cost Estimation Technique. This template can be used in any type of industry. With the Bottom-Up Cost Estimation Technique, the overall cost of the project is estimated by breaking down the project into activities to the lowest level possible (similar to the Work Breakdown Structure). After considering the cost of each activity, the overall project cost is estimated.
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.
Use this presentation for help with forecasting support resources and cost.
Once the work breakdown structure and the schedule are defined, this document can be used to plan and monitor the costs for each individual activity or work package. This template lets you subdivide an activity or work package into smaller parts (cost items). For each of these cost items, you can plan the corresponding costs in detail.
The Budget Template Workbook includes: a cost estimate sheet to document your initial cost assumptions, a planning template to help you take a detailed look at planning costs, and a tracking template to track actual costs against budget and document reasons for variances. It's a great planning and communication tool to help you stay on top of project finances.