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You might be looking for a Project Charter. This kind of documents varies a lot from project to project. With regards to tools and techniques, I share a part of the linked article. The Agile community has appropriated a number of different techniques or notations that have proven useful to capture high-level project information. For instance the “...


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I see Scrum terms here (PO, impediment), but in Scrum, impediments are addressed during Scrum ceremonies and it's usually the SM's responsibility to resolve, not the PO. (Unless these impediments are specifically to do with missing info from stakeholders?); and they'd be addressed within the team, not at a higher cross-project level. So I'm a bit confused ...


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Impediment log Just like you have a backlog of items that you need to build for each product/project, each PO can manage an impediment log with items that need to be fixed or removed from the team's way. Depending on the tools you use, this impediment log can be handled just like the backlog of features, bugs, etc, with all the reports, email notifications ...


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In my experience, most projects don't score an underspend as "Red" or "Amber", as long as these are genuine savings. However, if they are variations due to timing, then it may be an issue for the project to underspend this year and overspend by the same amount next year. A couple of places where I have worked have set next year's budgets ...


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Context is king. I'd suggest a slightly different interpretation. Yellow means that this situation/factor/variable should be monitored, and Red means that action should be taken. A large variance in revenue probably requires action. I'd be comfortable coding it red. Much depends on the context/audience. I'm not sure why project team members/SME/individual ...


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The advantage of the Red, Amber, Green scoring lies in the fact that it's simple, well known, and intuitive. Everyone knows how a traffic light looks like and how it works. Green means "safe", "all good", "go". Red means "unsafe", "not good", "stop". So intuitively, green means something good, red ...


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We conduct risk assessments during our projects. The resulting risk register enables us to share evaluations of our improvement and tells our team's story of changing and adapting.


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I highly recommend FOSS GanttProject to open the MS Project .mpp files, works really well. Viewing is much more felxible than any pdf/image based method, and it's free/open source so no adds/bloatware.


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I really struggled with this problem and was very frustrated with the options for formatting when exporting to a PDF. But I have made the most progress when using the "Page Setup" options available when Printing to PDF. If I set the paper size to something very large, then it will fit a lot more on the page and in a more convenient layout. You can also ...


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