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Old 04-19-2010, 01:39 AM
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Dear all:

I am a newbie in this forum and fresh to project management. Could you enlighten me what is really TEMPLATE mean in project management?

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Hien
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Old 04-25-2010, 03:15 AM
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Default Project Plan Templates

Look at:
http://www.clarizen.com/ProjectPlanTemplate.aspx
You can learn all about templates and also get for free (1 month).
Try it.
Best,Yael
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Old 06-20-2010, 08:30 PM
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Hi Hien,
Templates are useful in Project Management across all of the phases of a project. Each phase of a project requires particular documents (e.g. Business case, project plan, Post-Implementation Review). You can design each one of these yourself from scratch, but its extremely time consuming and difficult to remember all of the right information. Its therefore easier to use a pre-designed template. There are several good web sites out there providing examples for you. Try this one for starters:

www.project-documents.com

hope that helps
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A template is basically a project file (or part of a project file) that contains either an outline or a full shedule that you can modify/adapt/expand to fit your current project.
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Quote from yaelnowo View Post:
Look at:
http://www.clarizen.com/ProjectPlanTemplate.aspx
You can learn all about templates and also get for free (1 month).
Try it.
Best,Yael
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Thats a great resource, and you should really check it out. It will be very beneficial to you at this early state of your career.
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