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A Project Manager's Book of Forms. A Companion to the PMBOK Guide. 3rd Edition

  • ID: 4398439
  • Book
  • December 2017
  • Region: Global
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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ALL THE PAPERWORK YOU NEED TO APPLY THE PMBOK® GUIDE TO EVERYDAY PRACTICE

It′s easy to apply best practices to project management with A Project Manager′s Book of Forms, Third Edition, the only complete collection of ready–to–use forms and reports that fully aligns with the Project Management Institute′s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Sixth Edition.

New and experienced project managers can quickly apply the theory, expert advice, and tools of the PMBOK® Guide to their real–world projects with this valuable companion reference. This latest edition includes all new material from the PMBOK® Guide and includes a section with forms for projects using an Agile development method.

This comprehensive toolkit of forms is designed to be completely versatile. Use them as is to ensure project information is properly collected and organized, or download customizable versions from the accompanying website and tailor fit them to your specific projects. When it′s time to standardize project management throughout an organization, this volume provides a turnkey method for consistent documentation.

Juggle all your projects with confidence when you use A Project Manager′s Book of Forms, Third Edition.

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Acknowledgments
Introduction
New for this Edition
Audience
Organization

1 Initiating Forms
1.0 Initiating Process Group
1.1 Project Charter
1.2 Assumption Log
1.3 Stakeholder Register
1.4 Stakeholder Analysis

2 Planning Forms
2.0 Planning Process Group
2.1 Project Management Plan
2.2 Change Management Plan
2.3 Project Roadmap
2.4 Scope Management Plan
2.5 Requirements Management Plan
2.6 Requirements Documentation
2.7 Requirements Traceability Matrix
2.8 Project Scope Statement
2.9 Work Breakdown Structure
2.10 WBS Dictionary
2.11 Schedule Management Plan
2.12 Activity List
2.13 Activity Attributes
2.14 Milestone List
2.15 Network Diagram
2.16 Duration Estimates
2.17 Duration Estimating Worksheet
2.18 Project Schedule
2.19 Cost Management Plan
2.20 Cost Estimates
2.21 Cost Estimating Worksheet
2.22 Cost Baseline
2.23 Quality Management Plan
2.24 Quality Metrics
2.25 Responsibility Assignment Matrix
2.26 Resource Management Plan
2.27 Team Charter
2.28 Resource Requirements
2.29 Resource Breakdown Structure
2.30 Communications Management Plan
2.31 Risk Management Plan
2.32 Risk Register
2.33 Risk Report
2.34 Probability and Impact Assessment
2.35 Probability and Impact Matrix
2.36 Risk Data Sheet
2.37 Procurement Management Plan
2.38 Procurement Strategy
2.39 Source Selection Criteria
2.40 Stakeholder Engagement Plan

3 Executing Forms
3.0 Executing Process Group
3.1 Issue Log
3.2 Decision Log
3.3 Change Request
3.4 Change Log
3.5 Lessons Learned Register
3.6 Quality Audit
3.7 Team Performance Assessment

4 Monitoring and Controlling Forms
4.0 Monitoring and Controlling Process Group
4.1 Team Member Status Report
4.2 Project Status Report
4.3 Variance Analysis
4.4 Earned Value Analysis
4.5 Risk Audit
4.6 Contractor Status Report
4.7 Procurement Audit
4.8 Contract Closeout Report
4.9 Product Acceptance Form

5.0 Closing Process Group
5.1 Lessons Learned Summary
5.2 Project or Phase Closeout

6 Agile
6.1 Product Vision
6.2 Product Backlog
6.3 Release Plan
6.4 Retrospective

Index

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