Project Deliverable Tracker (the fields you need)

The last post, How to know the project is done, covered 4 principles that could be used to help ensure that a project delivered the required outcomes. One of the principles being the use of a Deliverables Tracker to monitor and store key project outputs. This post will expand on the practical components of the…

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How to know the project is done! Hint: Deliverable Tracker

How would you answer the following question from the project sponsor: “How do I know the project is done?” This is a very interesting question as what the project sponsor is really asking is: “Have the required project outcomes been delivered?” The answer is important as the sponsor has typically committed valuable resources (budget, people…

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PMO Business Case Review Checklist (plus free template checklist download)

For any project to have a chance for success, it is important to start with a solid foundation. A key part of this is to have a robust business case that has been agreed, and signed off by the sponsor(s). For more information on why this is important view post 5 reasons why a project…

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Gaining support for a PMO

You may have been asked to set up a PMO or, you may have a strong desire to set a PMO up for your organisation as you believe (know) that it can deliver value. Unfortunately, many will not have the same view and this will greatly hinder or even stop the journey of setting up…

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PMO Benefits Management Overview

It is interesting that in the majority of cases, a project or programme is launched in order to deliver some form of benefit. However, for some reason, many project managers and PMO’s focus on delivering the project on time, on budget and to agreed scope without keeping track on the delivery of the benefits. While…

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