IIS staff are one of the most crucial resources for a successful migration; these tools offer a starting point to build project artifacts that can guide the team in planning for staff allocation and considering project resource needs for balancing project and operational tasks.
Staffing tool downloads
Identify staffing responsibilities for key IIS roles
The staff roles matrix can be used to help identify staffing responsibilities for key IIS roles and responsibilities. It can be used during a large-scale project, such as an IIS platform migration, to assess staffing needs before, during, and after a migration as needed for covering different role and responsibility changes.
IIS Staff Roles Matrix Template
Visualize coverage for key IIS roles
The sample staffing model is a tool to help visualize coverage for key IIS roles and identify potential gaps in coverage.
Assess current and planned staff capacity
The staff allocation matrix assesses current and planned staff allocations and capacity. This tool is designed to help managers answer the question, “How does my staff spend their time on a periodic basis (e.g. weekly, monthly, quarterly, etc.)?”
Review sample responsibilities, knowledge, skills and abilities for a project manager
A project manager can help plan and execute program initiatives on-time and on-budget. This sample role description identifies typical duties and responsibilities of a project manager and indicates sample knowledge, skills and abilities of a person fulfilling this role.
Review sample responsibilities, knowledge, skills and abilities for a business analyst
A business analyst can help a program understand and resolve challenges by gathering, documenting and analyzing needs and requirements. This sample role description identifies typical duties and responsibilities of a business analyst and indicates sample knowledge, skills and abilities of a person fulfilling this role.