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  • Project Status Report - DOC
    Project Status Report - DOC

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Project Status Report communicates the progress of the project over a particular reporting period. It includes: - Achievements - Progress - Risks - Issues - Changes to the Project Plan (scope, timescales, and costs). The reporting structure and process should be documented in the Project Plan, which is then endorsed by the Steering Committee. This ensures agreement on the content, frequency and audience for the reports. Depending upon the organisation and nature of the project, there may be different reporting requirements for different audiences. In this case, the Project Manager may need to adapt the format or content to suit the audience.
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  • Quality Assurance Plan - DOC
    Quality Assurance Plan - DOC

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Quality Assurance Plan helps to ensure that final Project products are of the upmost quality. The QA Plan should contain all the information necessary to carry out the quality assurance activities, including quality targets as agreed with your customer, to help you monitor and control quality throughout the project lifecycle.
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  • Project Schedule Review
    Project Schedule Review

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    This checklist can be used to review a project schedule prior to setting a baseline, to ensure that it meets Project Scheduling guidelines. The checklist provides questions about: tasks; milestones; resources and summary activities.
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  • Project Review
    Project Review

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Project Review template is a checklist of Project documentation you would expect to see in most projects. It is a useful tool when conducting a project review or project audit. When using this template, detail what exists at present and what recommendations / improvements can be made to improve the project.
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  • Project Proposal Insert Company Logo Insert Name of Project
    Project Proposal Insert Company Logo Insert Name of Project

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Project Proposal template is a pre-project document which is used as a kick-off point for any idea for a project. It should briefly outline the proposed approach, staffing, costs, timescales, business drivers and benefits. The figures quoted in the Project Proposal should be “ball park” figures to be used as “indicative” rather than actual estimates. Do not waste too much time trying to get accurate figures at this stage, as this is not what Project Initiation is all about. A Project Proposal should be considered as a high-level document that does not go in to detailed solutions. It is normally used to recommend an idea to a decision making body (e.g. Steering Committee) in order to get the go-ahead to formalise as a “Project” and proceed to the next stage. This next stage involves allocating resources to investigate the feasibility further and produce a Project Charter document.
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  • Project Plan Insert Company Logo Insert
    Project Plan Insert Company Logo Insert

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Project Plan defines HOW a project will be delivered and along with the Business Case (the WHY) is the most important document a Project Manager will produce. The Project Plan sets out the phases, activities and tasks needed to deliver a project. It includes: - Scope - Costs - Timeframes & Milestones - Resources - Human resource management - Communications management
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  • Project Closure Report - DOC - DOC
    Project Closure Report - DOC - DOC

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Project Closure Report is produced to formally shut down the Project. It is a summary of performance against critical success factors; final budget; project changes; risks; outstanding issues; and benefits realisation. Information from the PIR can be used to complete the Project Closure Report.
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  • Project Business Continuity Plan
    Project Business Continuity Plan

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Project Business Continuity Plan provides alternative strategies should any of the elements of the implementation fail. In the most severe instances, the project would consider a fall back to the previous environment. However, in many cases there may be elements of the implementation that do not work as planned. This document details what to do in this scenario - which business areas they would affect, and how this risk will be mitigated.
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  • Project Charter Insert Company Logo Insert Project Title Project Charter
    Project Charter Insert Company Logo Insert Project Title Project Charter

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Project Charter is usually the first document that is created once an idea has been endorsed as a “Project”. It should build upon the Project Proposal, drilling down to the next level of detail, as well as including additional information such as project governance, scope, risks, milestones, team structure, roles & responsibilities…etc. The information in the Charter should form the basis of the decision to proceed with the Project from Initiation Phase to Planning Phase.
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  • Project Budget template
    Project Budget template

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Project Budget sets out the planned costs of a project. The Project Budget is another key component of your Project Plan. Normally you would put this together in a spreadsheet and then reference it in the Project Plan. Just like the Project Scope and Project Schedule, the budget should be reviewed, approved and baselined. Any further material changes after this point must go through the Change Management Process.
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  • Post Implementation Review - DOC
    Post Implementation Review - DOC

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Post-Implementation Review (PIR) document details the results of the Post-Impelementation Review workshop The PIR should take place within 4 to 6 weeks of the project’s end. However, it can be held for the end of a Project Stage, or during a Project as a health-check. Feedback on delivery of the project should be used to help future projects. Valuable learning points should be recorded and shared within the organisation. The review focuses on the following 2 areas: - Performance of the project against its objectives - Management of the project against project management methodology
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  • PIR Questionnaire
    PIR Questionnaire

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The PIR Questionnaire is used to gather information and provoke thought regarding the delivery of the project. It should be sent to key players involved in or affected by the project. A summary of the results of this questionnaire should be included in the Post-Implementation Review document.
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  • Product Breakdown Structure
    Product Breakdown Structure

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Product Breakdown Structure provides a hierarchy of project deliverables. A Product Breakdown Structure (PBS) is a key tool in Product-based planning. It provides an exhaustive hierarchy of project deliverables. It should include all of the Project Documents that you choose to use – refer to our list of Project Documents
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  • Options Analysis Insert Company Logo Insert Project Title Options
    Options Analysis Insert Company Logo Insert Project Title Options

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Options Analysis can be used at any time in a project where it is not clear which direction the project should take, or there is a key decision that needs to be made - for example, selection of a new product. The document provides details of the analysis undertaken to assess all of the various options available at that time, followed by a recommendation for a course of action.
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  • Project Issues & Risks Register
    Project Issues & Risks Register

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    From:James Hutt

    Document Overview:
    The Issues and Risks Register is the central repository for recording and tracking ALL project issues and risks. This template contains macros to help you automatically manage the status of risks and issues. As soon as an issue or risk is identified / raised, it must be recorded here. It’s important to assign responsibilities to actively manage this document. It must remain a living document that is kept right up to date, ensuring that issues and risks are actively managed. Never delete issues and risks once they have been raised - simply close them if they are no longer relevant or have been resolved. The Register should provide an audit trail of ALL risks and issues raised throughout the lifecycle of the project. A similar register can be developed for other information (e.g. Dependencies). Simply adapt the principles of the template to suit your needs.
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