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7-Step Project Template
Business Process Framework Template
Capacity Plan Template
Communication and Notification Template
Fit Gap Analysis Template
Business Requirement Template
Pilot Plan Template
PMBOK Project Template
The Project Management Body of Knowledge is a set of standard terminology and guidelines (a body of knowledge) for project management. PMBOK standards can be custom tailored to best fit the specific project needs.
Post Project Closure Plan Template
Process Transition Project Plan Template
A Process Transition plan is simply a project management methodology that outlines the phases and tasks to be followed during the process changes. Methodology includes: Solution Identification, Migration Planning, Knowledge Transfer, and Go-Live phases.
Project Charter Template
A Project Charter is a formal document that authorizes the start of a project. It names and appoints a project manager, assigns a summary budget, establishes a project timeline, and documents key assumptions and constraints. The project boundary, its key deliverables- the mission of the project are documented as much as possible.
Project Playbook Deck PMO
Project Risk Assessment
Project Status Update Template
Project Status Update is a regular, formalized report on project progress against the project plan. It is an effective way of communicating the progress with the project members and across the stakeholders.
Project Tollgate Method
RAIDD is an acronym, which unfolds into Risks, Actions, Issues, Decisions, and Dependencies. RAIDD log is a single tool which helps a project or program manager to track the different activities and requirements on the project.
- Risk: Calling out a project risk
- Action: Something specific needs to be done to resolve the item
- Issue: Clearly defined issue to be addressed by the project team
- Decision: A decision to be made in order to perform the project activities
- Dependency: Similar to decision, there is a dependency in order to perform the project activities
A SIPOC diagram represents a high-level view of a process. It shows the Suppliers, Inputs, Process, Outputs, and Customers and plays an important role in process definition/improvement and should ideally be done first before beginning the detailed process mapping. It may be used to define the scope of the project, and identify the stakeholders of the process.
Process Overview and SOP Template
Swimlane Process Mapping
A swimlane diagram (also sometimes called a cross-functional diagram) documents the steps or activities of a process flow or workflow. A swimlane diagram groups these activities into swimlanes which are horizontal columns that contain all the activities which fit into the category represented by that swimlane. Swimlanes can represent many categories of information which perform the activities (i.e., role or department), and the stage of the process in which the activity takes place.
Vendor Scorecard Template
A vendor scorecard lists criteria for measuring performance and uses a weighted scoring system to evaluate the results. This scorecard is designed to function as a vendor selection template. Once you’ve gathered your data and compiled it into the spreadsheet, you can use the scoring system to compare vendor performance and select vendors accordingly. You can also use this scorecard template to compare current vendors or to evaluate a single supplier.