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Simplified Electronic Value Stream Map

PREMIUM deliverable
by James Hammond

This deliverable makes facilitating a lean module much more effective. Once all the steps are entered, it reduces inefficiencies by providing instantaneous updates to successive entries. This tool can handle up to a 20-step process (with up to 14 sub-steps/tasks for each step).

Site Instruction Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Sameh Nasr

When working on a construction project, use this Site Instruction form to keep track of pertinent details and confirm approvals by the resident engineer, construction manager and lead engineer.

Site Survey

PREMIUM deliverable
by Luc K. Richard

The site survey process is a key activity in planning and deploying a product. This document allows the customer to provide a detailed description of the environment where it will be installed. Obtaining such information will assist a company engineer when providing support prior, during and after the product installation.

Six Steps to Application Governance

by Andrew Makar, PMP

Use this sample presentation to convey the three key operational procedures to improve the perceptions about operations support. Project managers can modify and apply this brief application governance presentation to help their project teams avoid becoming "lost in transition".

Six Strategies for Dealing with Difficult Stakeholders

PREMIUM presentation
by Andy Kaufman, PMP

Experience teaches us that managing stakeholder expectations and building rapport with our key stakeholders can make an enormous difference in our ability to successfully deliver. But the truth is some of our stakeholders are difficult--and you have to learn how to deal with them. In this session, Andy Kaufman shares six strategies for dealing with difficult stakeholders. There are no simple answers, but these are strategies that Andy has shared with clients around the world, and you're invited to see which ones you can put into place.

Skill Requirements Worksheet and Questionnaire

PREMIUM checklist
by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

UPDATED TEMPLATE! A core requirement of building a project team is identifying the people that you need to work with. The skill requirements worksheet and questionnaire is a planning tool to support thinking about the expertise and skills that you need in your project team.

Skills Inventory Template

PREMIUM deliverable
by Andy Jordan

A skills inventory is a record of the skills, capabilities and qualifications of team members. This Excel sheet helps you keep track of soft skills, certifications, internal courses and project experience. Add to and adapt the categories to best fit your needs.

Slicing and Dicing User Stories

PREMIUM presentation
by NK Shrivastava, Phillip George

Two key criteria for user stories to be effective are that they should be small and independent. Small user stories are easier to size and prioritize, and independent stories fit better in sprints due to fewer dependencies. To split user stories into smaller and more digestible pieces, teams have a variety of techniques and criteria available to them.


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