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Updated for 2021! Statistical PERT is an estimation technique that project professionals use to align expectations and make better business decisions. Use Statistical PERT to create a probabilistic forecast for many project uncertainties, such as how much your project will cost, or when you might deploy the next agile release. Statistical PERT easily models a wide variety of uncertainties using built-in statistical functions inside Microsoft Excel, making estimation easy to do—even for people who don't like statistics.
UPDATED for 2021! To be used in conjunction with Evaluating Benefits: Getting Statistical (Part 2). This template evaluates uncertain revenue. Probabilities describe the area under the curve to the right of the planning estimate, answering the question, "What is the probability of earning at least $X or more revenue?"
UPDATED for 2021! This spreadsheet has worksheets showing the results of a Monte Carlo simulation on a sample project's work effort hours, and a companion estimate using Statistical PERT. This way, you can see how you can use just the built-in functions of Microsoft Excel to do probabilistic, risk-based estimation. Textbox comments have been added to the worksheets to aid in understanding. Use this in conjunction with the article Risk Management Starts Sooner Than You Think.
UPDATED for 2021! Statistical PERT® (SPERT®) is a freely licensed, probabilistic, estimation technique. Use Statistical PERT to estimate uncertainties that have bell-shaped risk properties, like: task duration, work effort, revenue, expenses, agile story points, project portfolios, event attendance and more. Use in conjunction with the article Getting Beta with Statistical PERT.
This presentation covers the basics of four common scrum ceremonies, including purpose; inputs and outputs; recommended participants; and duration/occurrence. Use it to help orientate team members to the process.
There are still strategies you can employ and insights you can realize to engage with the messy human dimension of projects. They don’t necessarily work the way you think, but they are there. This webinar will provide you with insights on how to learn them and use them.
Use this template to document project pain points and desired future states, including how proposed solutions will benefit strategy and customer satisfaction; impacted departments; risks; costs; and more! Adapt to fit your project/organization.
The Final Project Performance Report is developed in the closing process. It documents final project performance as compared to the project objectives. The objectives from the project charter are reviewed, and evidence of meeting them is documented. Use this form to document your progress.
How wicked is your problem? This template provides a mechanism to score nine attributes in terms of their presence in the problem to be solved—and in terms of their solvable nature. Each row of the analysis contains one attribute. Each attribute is then rated in terms of its impact on the problem. Use in conjunction with this article.