Our library of downloads provides tools that project managers will find useful as part of their project management toolkit.
Project Smart's popular project management eBook, written in a question and answer style, containing twenty-one pieces of valuable advice for making your projects a success.
This eBook by Frank Turley will provide you with an excellent introduction to PRINCE2. It's also a great way to prepare for classroom training or revise your PRINCE2 knowledge.
BOSCARD is a strategic planning tool used to provide the terms-of-reference for new projects. The acronym stands for background, objectives, scope, constraints, assumptions, risks and deliverables.
This document details the agreed project outcome and is used to obtain formal agreement from the Project Sponsor and Budget Holder to start the project.
The cost benefit analysis is based on the comparison of a base case and one or more alternatives. This document gives general guidelines and examples for the preparation of cost benefit analysis for capital expenditure projects.
This document is used to obtain sign-off once the project has been measured against its acceptance criteria and has been formally accepted by the customer.
The Monte Carlo method is based on the generation of multiple trials to determine the expected value of a random variable.
The value of Pareto Analysis for a project manager is that it reminds you to focus on the 20% of things that matter. Of the things you do during your project only 20% are crucial.
When applying for the PMP exam, you might find it helpful to record the hours you've worked against each of the thirty tasks for the six process groups in this spreadsheet.
Marvey Mills' practical lessons and easily repeatable techniques on how to use Microsoft Project to achieve what is needed as a project manager.
Glossary of project management terms and acronyms used by project managers. Understanding these terms and acronyms is an important step towards success in project management.
This document is used by Project Managers to track risks, assumptions, issues and dependencies. It is a good idea to create a RAID log at the start of each project so you can track anything impacting you now or in the future.
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