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Bicycle Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Example

deliverable
by Project Management Institute

This zip file contains the White Paper "The Work Breakdown Structure: A Brief Synopsis," a Bicycle Work Breakdown Structure in both Word and Excel, a Bicycle WBS Dictionary in Word and Excel, and a PDF Appendix of the Bicycle Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Example. These resources are presented from the PMI Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structure. PMI members can access a PDF of the full standard at no cost, and anyone can purchase a hard copy via the PMI Store.

Big Project Newsletter Planner

deliverable
by Joe Wynne

Get accurate, influential information out and squelch rumors and destructive speculation with this planning tool. It aids in establishing an effective newsletter and preparing each edition

Brainstorming Session Worksheet

deliverable

A crucial phase of the problem solving process is the brainstorming session. Use this worksheet to track and evaluate all ideas.

Brainstorming with AI Tools

presentation
by Dave Garrett, Keisha Lewis, Kara Austin

Today’s AI tools can be as effective as any human partner in providing a different perspective and great ideas that fit well with your own or your team’s. However, you really need to know how to talk to it – to bring the tool into the conversation productively. In this webinar we will explore using both ChatGPT and a task-specific AI Meeting tool to brainstorm. We will cover challenges and insights in conversation with regular users of these tools - then engage the audience to better understand their experiences.

BRE Project Plan

project plan

Business reengineering is about change, but it is also about balance--balancing customer needs and operational performance to achieve business goals and objectives. Let this plan show you how to achieve balance on your BRE project.

Breaking Down Large Scenarios for Acceptance Testing

presentation
by Scott Bain

When writing Acceptance Tests, we respond to requirements and essentially turn them into scenarios that can be specified, tested, and then implemented. However, sometimes requirements are stated in a way that make the scenarios too large for effective testing and development. This webinar will investigate why this is, suggest techniques that can be used to decompose them into smaller scenarios, and demonstrate this using a real-world example of a complex business rule.

Budget Tracking Calendar

deliverable
by Andrew Makar, PMP

Use this tracking sheet in conjunction with the Budget Tracking-Actuals project plan to stay on top of your budget.

Bug Forecasting Template

deliverable
by Steve Poessnecker

Project bugs and the forecasting of progress can be complex. An Excel spreadsheet can be employed to gauge the progress of the testing and resolution teams. Using this simplistic method in conjunction with test-estimation techniques can help the project manager determine the completion date for testing efforts. Use this template in conjunction with the article Software-Simplistic Prediction Model for Bug Forecasting.

Build a Better Metrics Program: 7 Steps

deliverable
by ProjectsatWork.com

Many organizations collect mountains of data that produce negligible benefits. But a well-run measurement program can provide huge ROI, from more accurate cost and schedule estimates, to streamlined processes, to better insights and decision-making. Here are seven guidelines for building and maintaining a metrics program that delivers value to your organization.

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