Project Planning Pages

This has sections for the project overview, goals, etc.

The Steps/Action Items section has What, Who and When. There are notes on the back page, with a follow-up section which also includes What, Who When.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
Thumbnail: 
Project Planning.png
Usage advice: 

I cobbled this together from other ideas I've seen out there.

This has sections for the project overview, goals, etc.

The Steps/Action Items section has What, Who and When. There are notes on the back page, with a follow-up section which also includes What, Who When,

To make a "multi-page" project:
1. Print a double-sided Project Planning page.
2. Print as many double-sided Project Planning Notes Pages as necessary.

There! You're done!

License: 
Creative Commons
Language: 
English
Applications required: 
Adobe Acrobat Reader
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Project Planning Notes Pages.odg12.86 KB
Project Planning Notes Pages.pdf18.55 KB
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Thumbnail mismatch

Looking at templates, I noticed this one doesn't match with its thumbnail. That would be no big deal, except the thumbnail is a little more interesting than the actual template. So I was wondering if you have a template matching the thumbnail.

Thanks for listening.

If you can read the titles in the blocks...

I think I can edit the ODG file.
Or you could try that yourself. Open Office is free.
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson) ***

odg handicap

I probably should take a course somewhere, I have Open Office, but every time I have tried to edit an odg file, I messed it up, something about the format or the program seems counterintuitive for me.

Actually, I could probably easily recreate the template in either Word or Excel, like I often do when I like a template from this site or Levenger, I was partially trying to stimulate some template discussion, one of my favorite subjects on this site, it's been rather quiet lately.

Ygor: May I Accept Your Offer?

Almost three years ago, you offered to try to re-create the first page of "Project Plan" posted by David Rosenblatt if some one could tell you the titles in the blocks. Here they are:

Project Plan

Title Date

Overview

Goal

Success Measurements

Steps / Action Items

What Who When

Grateful for your help, Steve

I'm slow this morning...

...and I forgot that things have changed in the past few years. Here are links to the files on Google Drive!!!

ODG file
PDF file

I don't know if you have to have a google account or not. You shouldn't as they are supposed to be publicly viewable.

Many Thanks

Jonglass: Please accept thanks for the link to Project Planning. Because of your efforts, we all have this resource at last.

Holy Smoke!

Merry Christmas and Happy Birthday to me, this is fabulous. Thank you. Greatest thing since sliced bread.

Did someone mention birthday?

Well, if today, or this week is your birthday, Happy Birthday!

And now a dirty secret. I posted the links on the day before my birthday, which is also this week. ;-)

Sorry to be gone so long...

All,

My sincere apologies. Long hiatus...and longer story.

Just trying to follow-up...what is it that folks are trying to recreate?

Thanks,

Dave

Trying to Recreate

Hi Dave! We were attracted to your wonderful Project Planning Pages of Mar.28, 2012. The intent was a side A and a side B. What you posted was two copies of side B. Meanwhile, the community is happy that jonglass posted a link to what is the original intended side A. Please consider the possibility of improving this great form, I suggest adding just a little more space of side A to Title and Overview. The space taken from Actions will be compensated for on the side B. Yours is truly a lovely creation!