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Design Document

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by Joe Wynne

The purpose of this document is to present a comprehensive summary of the content requirements analysis completed for your project training program.

Training Scope Document

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by Joe Wynne

The purpose of this document is to present a comprehensive summary of the discussions and analyses completed to date for development of training to support your project.

Sponsor Project Closure Letter

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by George Spafford

After the review process, a formalized closure letter needs to be written that concisely identifies the project, any key aspects about it and the fact that it is now formally complete.

Project Variance Analysis Guidelines

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Successful project management includes not only defining and planning the project, but also managing. The first step in managing the project is collecting status data.

Project Adjustment and Adaptive Action Guidelines

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An important component of a project control system is adjustment. You have planned the project, assessed the progress made and then compared it with what was desired. The next step is to figure out what corrective actions to take to bring the project back on track.

Project Reporting Guidelines

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Reporting is an underlying component of the project control system that affects all other components. As a project manager, you need to keep track of the work accomplished and what needs to be done. An effective reporting mechanism would be helpful in reducing the number of problems within a project.

Project Status Data Collection Guidelines

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Successful project management includes not only defining and planning the project, but also managing. Project managers must facilitate the action and review the progress. For this they need to get good information. The following guidelines will help you how to go about collecting information that will facilitate project management.

Master Requirements Tracking Template

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by George Spafford

To formalize requirements, have one repository where you document requirements. This authoritative resource is maintained by the core team and can vary from a spreadsheet, such as this sample template, to sophisticated requirements tracking applications. Regardless of the tool used, all parties must know that there is one authoritative list and if a perceived requirement is not on the list, then it is not being addressed.

Project Change Tracking Form

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by George Spafford

Inevitably, the best plans and requirements will change over time. The project team needs to track and assess all changes. Large changes are obvious concerns, but even the net effect of many small changes can be devastating. Formalize the change request process by requiring people to use a formal change request form such as this sample template.

Project Progress Checklist Package

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This set of checklists will help you with various stages of project development, from planning to adding team members to the end of the project.

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