Are You a Project Manager? To determine your level of influence on your project teams, and whether your organization is making the most of your potential, you need a solid understanding of how your role is defined. This will ultimately impact the way that you communicate with your team, as well as your ability to efficiently and effectively complete your projects.
Many large work initiatives run as projects would be more successful managed as programs. Such misdiagnosed projects include dimensions of size, complexity and duration that challenge the project perspective and lead to a higher likelihood of failure. A different methodology is called for, one that recognizes the difference between a program and a project and adopts the right set of skills to the task.
Use this Free Access 2003 template "Project Issue Tracker" with Dashboard to track any type of issue and assign to individuals in your Contact directory and generate seven (7) different reports. Also has Company/Department directory.
This small program was originally developed for a US Federal Government client many years ago as a quick temporary solution but you can change the program format and code to fit your needs.
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This Excel workbook is built on extensive Visual Basic coding to create a turnkey project management methodlogy (PMM) process with Dashboard to manage projects using the four (4) PMM Phases; Initiating, Planning, Executing and Closing.
This toolkit comes with 34 interactive PMM templates (that you can print) walking you through each phase of the project. If you prefer to use Excel to perform your project reporting, then you don't want to be without this workbook Toolkit.
Plus, all new project team Task Resource Scheduling (Gantt Chart) and Task Tracker.
If you don't have access to a PMO or PPM software system, then this is one of the best Excel Toolkits you will find on the internet. This Tool has a Dashboard and 42 worksheets (PLCF Best Practices) from Budgets, Schedules, Issue Tracking, Gantt Charts, Complexity Assessments, Risk Tracking, Calculators of all types, Graphs and Charts and so much more.
You can purchase this Word document "Meeting Minutes" which I have improved and used for over 20 years and has built in pull downs menus to speed up the process of producing your project progress reports.