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This collection of templates, covering over 20 project factors, allows project managers, team members, sponsors and stakeholders to easily track and monitor project activities.
The project workbook, provided by the International Association of Project and Program Management, is a collection of templates that allows project managers, team members, sponsors and stakeholders to easily track and monitor project activities.
The workbook contains templates for over 20 different project factors, including:
Minicharter: Use as a charter for small projects or a summarization of a full charter for larger projects.
Stoplight Report: Use this status report to keep sponsors, team members, and stakeholders informed of project progress.
Budget: Use this worksheet to track original budget, expenditures to date and any cost variance. Cost/Benefit Analysis (CBA) Use to review the proposed project and potential alternatives and make a project selection based on a greater ROI (return on investment).
Risks: Use to identify, qualify, quantify and prioritize risks (events that might happen; the uncertainty of a project), create mitigation and contingency plans, and assign risk owners.
Roster: Use to provide contact information for all involved on the project.
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