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Provides the business goals, objectives, scope, and management direction for starting the project in the Initiation Phase. It sets project expectations and processes to ensure agreement on the project approach.
A study that uses business and technical information and cost data to determine the economic potential and practicality (i.e., feasibility) of a project using techniques that help evaluate a project and/or compare it with other projects.
Completing the Value Proposition Template will assist an individual/department determine if there is value in a proposed application, system or product, often provided by an outside vendor or contractor, and help in the final decision making process. This template is used in conjunction with the Business Case Document.
Identifies whether there is potential business value (i.e., financial gains/losses and risks) to the proposed project, idea or initiative to commit time, resources and expenditures, providing solution benefits and costs to obtain management approval and secure funding.
The checklist provides sample information to verify that major initial project functions and tasks have been completed within the Concept phase, which is the first phase in the Project Management Life Cycle.
The checklist provides sample information to verify that major initial project functions and tasks have been completed within the Concept phase, which is the first phase in the Project Management Life Cycle.
The Concept of Operations, or CONOPS, is a Capabilities Needs Assessment investigation to gain a Users’ and Stakeholders’ perspective on a major change initiative. As such, it is both an analysis and a formal document that describes high-level capabilities requirements that have been identified as necessary to achieve the mission of the IT organization, and its subordinate organizations.
The Project Management Office Checklist provides the capability to determine if the Information Technology (IT) Program Management Office (PMO) has provided the functions and tools to achieve a successful environment in support of both executive management and the project managers responsible for individual IT projects.
Provides information that will be performed in the project, including business objectives and project description, such as completion criteria, risk assessment, constraints, impact analysis, project success measures, critical success factors, project approach, roles and participants.
This Excel spreadsheet provides the opportunity to estimate various capital and expense costs for a project including IT resources, external professional services, hardware, communications, software licenses, and travel and supplies.
Know who the key "decision makers" are on your project via a Visio graphical diagram naming the PMO personnel, sponsors, stakeholders and business analysts and the collaborating organizations including infrastructure, design, quality assurance, etc.
Displays key project activities and details the responsibilities for each individual or role across every functional department. The matrix can optionally be created in a table or spreadsheet from within the document.
A method that is used to verify the association between the requirements shown in the Requirements / Specifications and other project documents, including design and testing documentation
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act, including the COBIT Checklist and Review, provides for a standardized structure for Information Technology (IT) governance, accounting controls and compliance. COBIT Control Objectives focus on specific, detailed objectives related with each IT process.
Identifies the root cause of a problem and the recommendations for a solution, including the date the problem was encountered, summary of the problem, duration of the problem, impacted business units and applications, and the recommended action and follow-up.
Establishes both project execution and project control. It shows when and how a project's objectives are to be achieved by depicting and statusing the major products, milestones, activities and resources required on the project.
Provides a checklist of numerous topics to help manage the scope and requirements of a project. The list works to gain customer agreement and avoid scope creep that pushes out project completion and project costs.
Defines the general business and different levels of requirements, including the business, end user requirements, problems or issues, project information, process information, training, and documentation requirements.
This document provides a PowerPoint presentation "shell" to incorporate and review the project business requirements with the stakeholders and business units sponsoring the project.
Defines the business requirements for the project using a use case methodology, and includes problems or issues to be resolved, objectives or goals, solution to be implemented, and why the solution is being implemented.
Used to verify the association between the requirements shown in the Requirements / Specifications and other project documents, including design and testing documentation. Testing ensures that the requirements have been implemented correctly based on the design and the Matrix.
Provides detailed information to perform an impact analysis of requirement changes, including proposed change implications, system components and elements affected by the change, and estimated schedule and cost impacts.