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7 must have templates for every BPM Project manager

Submitted by AbhaPandey on Wed, 2012-01-11 21:02
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Project Managers have to take care of n number of things during the project implementation. With the help of templates it becomes easier for them to maintain the information in an organised manner. Below is the list of seven such must have templates for projects managers:
 

Based on Function Point Analysis methodology but more generic and straight forward, this template will help you to scope and estimate your work effort.

The Business Process Quick reference card can be used to create two page flyers for your Business process. You can give them to the Business Users or share on a common portal.

Minutes of meeting template is used by Projects for noting down the discussion points. This BPM oriented version of the same will help you to keep track of issues, concerns, ideas along with who all attended the meeting.

Weekly Status report is something which all of us have to do every week and submit to our managers. This template will help you in getting started with a simple Reporting format that you can use for your BPM as well as Non BPM projects.

Change Request or change control template can be used in any project for documenting and deciding the changes that need to be allowed. This template can be used by Business as well as IT.

The BPM Workflow Production Launch Checklist Template  can be used to do checks before you launch your workflow product. It allows you to ascertain important activities have been done before you start your release procedure.

The Business Process Quick reference card can be used to create two page flyers for your Business process. You can give them to the Business Users or share on a common portal.


Abha Pandey
Business Analyst, with experience in Requirement Gatherings and Business Process Consulting
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