Effective project management requires a number of tools and instead of creating your own from scratch, I’ve compiled a range of templates that you can download and adapt to your own needs. If you have any questions on how to use a particular template, please feel free to get in touch. I’ll be more than happy to help where I can.
Please note: I’ve only just created this list and will add templates daily in the coming days, so please check this page regularly.
The purpose of the Configuration Management Strategy is to keep an up to date record of all the project’s management and specialist products.
The objective of the strategy is to:
- Describe how and where the project’s products will be stored;
- Identify what storage and retrieval security will be put in place;
- Identify how the products and the various versions and variants of these will be identified including a naming convention;
- Describe how changes to products will be controlled.
It helps ensure that your project runs as smoothly as possible by making it easy for the project manager and others involved with the project to keep track of what happens to all of the products. It might not achieve star status like a killer app or website, but it is essential to project success and is part of quality control.
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