Business Analysis and Project Management Documents

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I am looking for document templates related to Project Management, Business Analysis and Quality Assurance. Please help and this is purely for learning purpose as I am new to the North American industry. You can take out all the confidential information. naveed@convermation.com

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I get a lot of my information and templates from Tech Republic. There website is www.TechRepublic.com. I really like the IT Policies and Procedures information. Hope this helps.

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  • Hongkongphooey
    I find the tech republic site quite good for this sort of thing, but you could also try technet. It's not bad either.
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    I find the tech republic site quite good for this sort of thing, but you could also try technet. It's not bad either.
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  • ANGLER4
    I find that the Project Management Institute and the ISO 900n quality standards and Oracle's Custom Design Methodology contains a number of Word templates and linkages to MS Project are good sources.
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  • BlueKnight
    Tech Republic is a great site as others have mentioned. I use an Excel spreadsheet (tabbed) to track projects. All tasks are listed with the estimated number of hours for each as well as estimated start/end dates, percent completed, hours workedetc. There is a copy of the spreadsheet for each week of the project's duration. There are a number of formulas buried in the form. The last two sheets in the "workbook" are a summary and a progress chart (summary is the source). Using this information it is very easy to see where you are on the project relative to schedule and budget (hours). If this sounds like something you'd like to see or try out, send me a message and I'll gladly e-mail it to you.
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  • Shennessey
    Those are all good sites, but you might want to check out http://www.tenstep.com/ and http://www.projectconnections.com/ as well. Both sites have some great free templates.
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  • Netmin
    Gantthead.com is another good site, with free downloads.
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