Tom Mochal

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  • Tools & Templates // Sep 2010

    Scope change request log

    One key to keeping a project on track is to maintain careful records of change requests. This scope change request log lets you consolidate and summarize all the requests into one easy-to-read document.For more project management information, advice, and resources, visit our IT Consultant blog.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // Aug 2010

    Test Error Report

    Tracking application errors that emerge during testing doesn't have to be frustrating or chaotic if you have an organized way to manage them. This form makes it easy for testers to report what they uncover.Note: You can enter the data for each error into our Test Error Log, which...

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // Aug 2010

    Test Error Log

    When error reports begin rolling in during the testing phase of a development project, you need a system for staying on top of them. By logging each error in this form, you'll be able to track the status and severity of all the issues that turn up.Note: To record the...

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Downloads // Jun 2010

    Project risk management checklist

    Many projects have inherent risks that can wreak havoc if left unmanaged. This checklist will help you assess and minimize the risk potential for your project and head off possible problems.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // May 2010

    Project issue submission form

    Attempts to track the problems that arise in the course of a large project can quickly get out of hand. This simple form makes it easy to record the key aspects of a problem so that everyone knows how it may affect the project, who's in charge of fixing it,...

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // Apr 2010

    Project action item log

    Tired of meetings where the follow-up actions fizzle? Want to see a little more accountability so your projects actually get done the right way -- and on time? This simple form will help you keep track of who's supposed to handle what.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // Feb 2010

    Definition template for smaller projects

    The first step in project planning is to define the work. This template will help you create a definition document to guide you through small to medium-size projects.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Downloads // Jul 2009

    10 best practices for successful project management

    The right mix of planning, monitoring, and controlling can make the difference in completing a project on time, on budget, and with high quality results. These guidelines will help you plan the work and work the plan.This download is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Downloads // Oct 2008

    10 ways to get a slipping project back on track

    Plenty of things can derail a project plan: underestimated tasks, departing staff, misallocated resources. Here are some practical techniques that can correct the direction of a project that's losing ground.This download is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Downloads // Jan 2008

    10 techniques for gathering requirements

    It's difficult to build a solution if you don't know the requirements. The "elicitation" step is where the requirements are first gathered from the client, and there are lots of ways to go about it. Each technique has value in certain circumstances, and you'll often need multiple techniques to gain...

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // Jun 2006

    Clarify project roles with this simple responsibility matrix

    In a large project, you may have many people with some degree of responsibility for completing certain deliverables. It might be just one person writing a document and one person approving it. But it's often more complicated than that, with several people having a hand in the creation and others...

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // Sep 2010

    Scope change request log

    One key to keeping a project on track is to maintain careful records of change requests. This scope change request log lets you consolidate and summarize all the requests into one easy-to-read document.For more project management information, advice, and resources, visit our IT Consultant blog.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // Jun 2006

    Clarify project roles with this simple responsibility matrix

    In a large project, you may have many people with some degree of responsibility for completing certain deliverables. It might be just one person writing a document and one person approving it. But it's often more complicated than that, with several people having a hand in the creation and others...

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Downloads // Jan 2008

    10 techniques for gathering requirements

    It's difficult to build a solution if you don't know the requirements. The "elicitation" step is where the requirements are first gathered from the client, and there are lots of ways to go about it. Each technique has value in certain circumstances, and you'll often need multiple techniques to gain...

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Downloads // Oct 2008

    10 ways to get a slipping project back on track

    Plenty of things can derail a project plan: underestimated tasks, departing staff, misallocated resources. Here are some practical techniques that can correct the direction of a project that's losing ground.This download is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Downloads // Jul 2009

    10 best practices for successful project management

    The right mix of planning, monitoring, and controlling can make the difference in completing a project on time, on budget, and with high quality results. These guidelines will help you plan the work and work the plan.This download is also available as an entry in our 10 Things blog.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // Feb 2010

    Definition template for smaller projects

    The first step in project planning is to define the work. This template will help you create a definition document to guide you through small to medium-size projects.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // Apr 2010

    Project action item log

    Tired of meetings where the follow-up actions fizzle? Want to see a little more accountability so your projects actually get done the right way -- and on time? This simple form will help you keep track of who's supposed to handle what.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // May 2010

    Project issue submission form

    Attempts to track the problems that arise in the course of a large project can quickly get out of hand. This simple form makes it easy to record the key aspects of a problem so that everyone knows how it may affect the project, who's in charge of fixing it,...

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Downloads // Jun 2010

    Project risk management checklist

    Many projects have inherent risks that can wreak havoc if left unmanaged. This checklist will help you assess and minimize the risk potential for your project and head off possible problems.

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // Aug 2010

    Test Error Report

    Tracking application errors that emerge during testing doesn't have to be frustrating or chaotic if you have an organized way to manage them. This form makes it easy for testers to report what they uncover.Note: You can enter the data for each error into our Test Error Log, which...

    Provided By Tom Mochal

  • Tools & Templates // Aug 2010

    Test Error Log

    When error reports begin rolling in during the testing phase of a development project, you need a system for staying on top of them. By logging each error in this form, you'll be able to track the status and severity of all the issues that turn up.Note: To record the...

    Provided By Tom Mochal