Download these interactive, editable tools to help you begin drafting your project artifacts. Each tool includes a description, detailed instructions and helpful hints to help you get started. These editable resources are provided as a starting point to be leveraged and modified as needed to suit your needs.
Track project risks, actions, issues and decisions
The RAID Log is a single spreadsheet with separate tabs to address the four groups of information related to risks, action items, issues and decisions (RAID). This is a common tool for managing the day-to-day activities of a project.
Develop a meeting agenda
A meeting agenda is a list of meeting objectives, participants and items that the participants wish to accomplish during the meeting. This template will assist in organizing topics for a productive discussion.
Record project meeting notes
Meeting notes help with communication across the project. This template identifies helpful hints and guidance for keeping record of important discussions and action items.
Monitor and report on project status
The project status report is a critical part of effective project communications to update the project team, sponsors and key stakeholders. This report is used to monitor and control project progress, or serve as a snapshot of where the project stands.
Request a change to the project parameters
This form is for documenting any proposed changes to the scope, timeline or budget for a project, including the reasons and impacts if the changes are approved or denied.