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Estimate Effort Template (IT)

PREMIUM deliverable
by Irina Kulikova

This template helps calculate the estimated efforts for IT projects. The method is based on the concept of using use cases for the calculation of software size. In the yellows cells, insert quantity values of elements of the system use case with factoring to account for technical and environmental considerations.

Estimated Project Costs Worksheet

PREMIUM deliverable

How much will your project cost? Management will want to know before they commit to it. Use this spreadsheet to estimate your costs, broken down by project phase and classified according to the cost categories that will be most meaningful to the decision makers.

Estimation and Planning in an Agile World

PREMIUM presentation
by Aditi Bhalla

Have you been wondering about what Agile Estimating and Planning looks like? How it is different from traditional methods and why you would even consider using agile estimation methods? If you're looking for a closer look at how we estimate, what story points are, how to use velocity for planning, dealing with fixed date and fixed scope projects, maintaining product backlog using scrum boards for daily standups then this webinar is for you!

Ethical Conundrum in Returning to the Workplace

PREMIUM presentation
by Deepa Bhide, Gretta Kelzi

Organizations are likely to face challenges around work trends, productivity, employee well-being and sentiments around the reimagined work model. The webinar focuses on the following: -Workplace concerns and area of employee pain points -Ethical challenges as employees return to workplace -Guidance to organizations to successfully navigate through these situations

EVA Example Project Plan

PREMIUM project plan
by Andrew Makar, PMP

Get help in calculating your project's earned value using this project plan.

Evaluating Your Project's Potential for Outsourcing

PREMIUM deliverable

This document outlines how to evaluate your project’s potential for outsourcing, and describes the factors that help determine outsourcing’s pros and cons as a project development option, analyses on its cost-benefit and risks, and other requirements under it. These items are in addition to other factors that you may wish to include.

Event Trigger Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Elok Robert Tee

An event trigger may be a risk condition with a corresponding risk response, written as a standard operating procedure. Customize this worksheet to create a corporate template to list identified event triggers for your project.

Everyone Communicates, Few Connect Effectively!

PREMIUM presentation
by Anupama Kinatukara

Learn how to identify with people and relate to others in a way that increases your influence with them. People who connect with others have better relationships, experience less conflict, and get more things done than those who cannot connect. Leaders who have learned the art of connection are able to communicate their ideas persuasively, establishing buy-in and attracting followers.

EVM Progress Tracker

PREMIUM deliverable
by Stefano Pittaluga

Is your project on time and within budget? This tracker will guide you through the Earned Value Method, giving a clear, step-by-step approach to help you answer that question.

Evolution of a PMO Leader - Lessons from Matthew McConaughey

PREMIUM presentation
by Hussain Bandukwala

This webinar takes inspiration from the career renaissance of Oscar-winning Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey. The session outlines Matthew’s own career transformation and extracts the key skills required to become a successful PMO leader.


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