Project Status Reporting

Business Best Practice in Project Status Reporting

How do I create and use a Risk Log?

You need a Risk Log so that you can track and manage your project risk. How do you create one and then use a Risk Log?

How do I present a Project Update?

Your project success relies on you communicating project status. Use these tips and templates to help

How do I present a Strategy Progress Report?

Executives and stakeholders have short attention spans. Use this guide to focus on important points.

How do I show KPIs on a Product Roadmap?

If you need to show KPIs on your Product Roadmap, have a look at these approaches and examples.

How do I track project progress?

There are plenty of formats to choose from: Progress Reports, Rollout Roadmaps, Backlogs, Dashboards and more.

What is the best RAG Status graphic?

RAG Status – Red / Amber / Green – can be shown in a variety of formats. Which is the best RAG Status graphic?

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Project Status Report Template

The Project Status Report Template shows key project update information; risks, Red Amber & Green status, and more!

RAG Status – Communicate Project Status!

“RAG Status” describes R / A / G = Red, Amber or Green for project risk. It is commonly used in Project Status reporting, and is Management Jargon 🙂

Created : 2013-03-07 00:00:00
Modified : 2021-08-05 10:52:46