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Sprint Planning

PREMIUM presentation
by NK Shrivastava, Phillip George

Are your Agile teams struggling to meet their sprint goals? Sprint planning is a critical activity to set the foundation for a successful sprint. In sprint planning, the product increment is defined and estimated so the team can get ready to work on the sprint goal from day one. In RefineM's webinar, learn how to put together an effective Sprint Planning Meeting and carry out the activities necessary to get your team ready for the sprint.

Staff Burnout Assessment


As a project manager, you are certainly under stress. Certain projects just take it out of you. These same projects could be taking it out of your project team, too. Your people could be burning out. Use this assessment sheet to rate your project team and see who really needs a vacation or perhaps a job reassignment.

Staffing and Training

PREMIUM project plan
by Joe Wynne

The interdependent tasks of staffing and training activities can be an early source of risk and delays in a project. Minimize the chances for delays and budget overruns by incorporating these tasks into your project plan.

Stakeholder Analysis

by Joe Wynne

This document will assist project managers in preparing to interview all stakeholders in a project. It will help you understand the general needs of various groups an individuals that your project will impact.

Stakeholder Analysis Log

PREMIUM deliverable
by Joao Saragoca

This Excel template allows a project manager to list the stakeholders and automatically highlight the ones with more impact for the project. It also highlights the ones with which the commitment level needs to be managed, with a space for dated actions.

Stakeholder Analysis Register

PREMIUM deliverable
by Anupam Ganguly

This template can be used for stakeholder analysis, and in understanding the level of support required and provided when a change to the project is introduced. Stakeholders can be categorized on the level of support they provide, and the desired level of support expected. The template allows you to rate stakeholders on the basis of impact if the required level of support is not provided. Stakeholder issues and concerns, views and strategy to influence are addressed through this template. The template should be filled by the project manager or the project lead.

Stakeholder Analysis Worksheet

PREMIUM deliverable

Every project has stakeholders. Your job is to get to know the ones who will be crucial to your project. This analysis worksheet will help you get a feel for what to expect from various key parties who have an interest in your project.

Stakeholder Analysis: Power/Interest Matrix

PREMIUM deliverable
by Alvaro H. Beckerig

This Power vs. Interest Matrix template—developed with Microsoft Excel and little bit of Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)—is the ideal tool for stakeholder analysis. Fill the fields with your stakeholders name, give a number to power and interest, classify the engagement and write the stakeholder's expectations. After all stakeholders are identified, print the matrix and keep monitoring the power and interest of each stakeholder during project execution.

Stakeholder Assessment Checklist


The success or failure of most strategic initiatives can be directly linked to its stakeholders. These are the influencers and decision-makers who have organizational authority to allocate resources, set priorities and drive change. Here is a comprehensive checklist to assess their commitment, capability and communication.


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