No doubt the process of auditing a project is one of the major activities that define success of the project management process. In this article we talk about the general steps of the process. First we explain what project audit means; then we give the audit checklist.
The ability of managing projects successfully greatly depends upon the right understanding of the phases and activities that create the project life-cycle. Because any kind of project is “a temporary endeavour undertaken to create a unique product or service” (PMI 2000), it is planned, managed and delivered under a definite life-cycle, or the process of by which the process is implemented. The life-cycle characterizes the constraint of time and defines how soon the project product/service will be produced and delivered. Let’s learn more about the point in this project life-cycle template. We’re going to talk about the definition of project life-cycle and provide an overview of the key phases and activities a conventional project steps through. Please feel free to leave your comments and other feedback.
The following Company Audit Checklist is designed for auditors and other professionals involved in the auditing activity. It lists the key questions to be considered when performing the activity. The checklist aims to help the auditor to review and examine the business management system of a company. It can be used as an additional guide when planning for the auditing procedure.
Appraising a project means reviewing and evaluating this project for feasibility and cost-effectiveness to understand and approve the project concept, which explains what problem/need to address and what solution to implement. This Project Appraisal Template is designed to help analysts and appraisers to assess and justify theirs projects. It comprises a range of steps and activities to be taken during the project initiation or pre-planning phase. The Template describes the method that is based on best practices of project management (PMI and PRINCE2 standards).
Employee Orientation is a process of introducing just employed or appointed workers into their new workplaces. It is a part of the human resource (HR) management process to welcome newcomers and make sure they are aware of their new job duties and responsibilities. This New Employee Orientation Checklist explains how to orientate a new employee. It is designed for people from HR departments as well as managers and department heads. The checklist can be used as a template for planning employee training and orientation programs.