Good PMO policy requires that risks get evaluated before projects go forward. Use this sample questionnaire to give you ideas on how to structure your own risk assessment surveys.
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Monitoring quality on your project means tracking the process as well as the product. This template will help you gather all of the quality issues in one place so you can keep on top of your project quality from justification through close-out.
If you're having trouble with your team, this might be a good time to check in on their motivation and take some positive action. Here's a plan to get everyone back on the right track.
Use this form to prepare and organize more useful feedback for team members and other people involved in your team.
This template will help the project manager put together information from a Steering Committee Meeting in a way that will communicate that information effectively to the project team.
The purpose of the risk register is to proactively manage risk on the project. It provides the project manager with a summarized view of all the risks on the project, allowing them to be easily identified, tracked and responded to. If more detail information is required, the project manager can refer back to a risk’s identification form.
On many projects, each team is required to submit a status report indicating their progress on their portion of the project. The report ensures the key information required by the project manager is captured from each team in a consistent and complete fashion.
This easily customizable agenda template allows the project manager or meeting chair to quickly create a meeting agenda for steering committee meetings.
The purpose of a status report is to provide the project sponsor, the steering committee and other stakeholders with an understanding of how the project is progressing. The status report template allows the project manger to provide the audience members with a high-level view of the project. The template provides them with enough information in order to for them to understand project progress whilst not so much information as to overwhelm them.
The change request document is intended to provide the project manager with an all-encompassing, organized view of requested changes to the project. The project manager can ensure that the information required to make a change on the project is complete and consistent enough to make a reasoned decision.