Consider us a part of the team, without all the extra cost. We can pull your ideas together, help with team communications, organize information to make sure projects are staying on track, so that you and your team are free to pursue what you do best. We help define what the goal is and use that to define the scope of the project.
- Stakeholder Expectation Management
- Project Communications and Meetings Planning
- Project Budget Reporting
- Project Risk Reporting
All project phases and project management processes include the need for effective project document and communication to keep it on track. BCS Management has developed and configured a variety of project documentation templates that we have effectively used on a variety of projects. Our continuous improvement process includes refinement and updates to all of our templates to stay current and as efficient as possible. We use lessons learned at the closeout of all of our projects to enhance our templates for the next project.
This document establishes the projects approval processes and requirements.
Project Management Plan
This is the project road map and explains how task will be performed, handled and completed.
Statement of Work
This document is the description of the work that will be produced and delivered to complete the project.
Budget and Cost Reports
These documents are presented to stakeholders establishing budget and cost for the project.
Status and Activity Reports
These are reports produced to keep stakeholders update to date on processes and milestones during the project.
Project Scope Plan
This plan includes what activities needs to take place to complete a project. This plan is important to ensure extra activities are not being included.
This document consists of attributes that were discovered at the close of the project to establish best practices for similar future projects.
Project Communications Plan
As the name suggests this document establishes the processes to communicate the needed information to complete the project.