Fin-wiser Advisory's PM templates address the needs of each phase of your project, across each project management discipline. These economical tools have been developed, tested and proven in the program management of projects ranging from small to large value. These templates are now made available to promote excellent project management practices across the industry.
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This suite is available in the following five phases.
1. Initiating (4 Templates)
2. Planning (34 Templates)
3. Executing (9 Templates)
4. Monitoring (5 Templates)
5. Closing (4 Templates)
Each of the phases is available to be purchased separately.
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PHASE 1: PROJECT INITIATION
This is the beginning of any project, and the goal of this phase is to define the project charter, business needs, business case and identify stakeholders.
PHASE 2: PLANNING
During this phase, the scope of the project is defined and a project management plan is developed. It involves identifying the cost, quality, available resources, and a realistic timetable. The project plans also includes establishing baselines or performance measures. These are generated using the scope, schedule and cost of a project. A baseline is essential to determine if a project is on track.
PHASE 3: EXECUTING PHASE
A lot of action, delivery takes place in this phase.Status reports and meetings, development updates, and performance reports are some of the key deliverable.
PHASE 4: Monitoring
This phase is about measuring project progression and performance and ensuring that everything happening aligns with the overall objective and plan. Project managers will use key performance indicators (KPIs) to determine if the project is on track.
PHASE 5: Closing
This phase represents the completed project. Contractors hired to work specifically on the project are terminated at this time. Valuable team members are recognized. Once a project is complete, a PM will often hold a meeting - to evaluate what went well in a project and identify project failures.