This WBS Generator allows you to create a work breakdown structure by updating an Excel table and clicking a button. Users can create conditional formats to highlight keywords, change the options to modify the look and feel, maintain the WBS with on-the-fly updates, and add second- and third-level boxes. By creating custom conditional formats, project managers focus stakeholder attention to key points in the WBS. Code has been updated to run on Excel 365.
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Building an application to run on the Web is a challenge. Use this Microsoft Project plan to take the guesswork out of everything you have to do.
This zip file contains the white paper "The Work Breakdown Structure: A Brief Synopsis," a Web Design Work Breakdown Structure in both Word and Excel, and a PDF Appendix of the Web Design Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Example. These resources are presented from the PMI Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures. PMI members can access a PDF of the full standard at no cost, and anyone can purchase a hard copy via the PMI Store.
How to start a web development project? Sketch it out with an Agenda, of course!
A Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that would help you manage your weekly cash position. Use this template to manage different accounts – cash, payroll, securities etc. – spread across different institutions and link them to get the consolidated view of your weekly cash position.
Written weekly status reports can provide a project manger with the same data from project team members as a status meeting would. Here's a sample report that can be tailored for your company's weekly project needs.
There are numerous project management programs out there, ranging from simple scheduling programs to bloated behemoths that do everything but tap dance at the company picnic and wash windows in the corporate boardroom. Which one is right for your project management needs?
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What motivates Generation Y to work on projects? Young professionals are increasingly looking for a specific work environment characterized by opportunities for learning, meaningfulness and achievement. Projects outcomes offer the kind of work environment that fits the expectations of young professionals quite well. In this session, we share our findings from the research project, The Future of Project Work, and discuss what motivates young professionals to work on projects. Young project professionals are specifically attracted to this work, as projects fulfill their needs for autonomy, learning, purpose and social connections. We will discuss the motivators of young project professionals and how organizations can support project management careers.