Resources for Project Managers
Welcome the products section! Here you can find products and courses to help you grow your skills and manage your project work.
Here you can find:
Project Template Pack
The complete set of documents I’ve used in my projects — and all my projects were completed in time and budget. Readers found these templates to be real lifesavers!
What templates are included? The project timeline (Gantt chart), the highly praised budgeting form for estimating and tracking actuals, my to-do list, RAID template, risk log, project charter and more. Click the link to learn more about the templates.
Managing a Project Budget (Course)
Do you want to take on more responsibility and manage bigger projects? Then you must learn how to manage the costs in a projects.
My video course will get up to speed quickly, so that you can manage a budget. You will see lots of examples (with screenshots) on how to prepare and present your budget. In addition, you will learn tips on how to stay in budget.
Real-World Project Management (Course)
A super practical project management course where I walk you through the key steps for setting up and managing a project successfully.
If you are in the early stages of your PM career, the course will help you improve your processes and become 10x effective.
As an experienced project leader, you will find many ‘nuggets’ in the course that help you take your leadership skills to the next level.
The Ultimate Guide to Project Management (FREE)
Are you new to project management? Then you might find this helpful. My ebook, the Ultimate Guide to Project Management shows you all the steps to start your project successfully. The great thing is that it’s absolutely free and you can download it here.
Here’s what you’ll find in the guide: How to start your new project, creating a solid project plan, estimating effort, communication tips, team building – and a lot more
The 80/20 Guide To Microsoft Project
My e-Book shows you how to use Microsoft Project in real-life projects. From connecting tasks using dependencies, adding constraints, planning a budget, using resources to ongoing activities like tracking effort and costs and reporting. Straight to the point, easy to understand. No experience required!
Earned Value Management (EVM) with Microsoft Project
This practical 70-page guide shows you how to get started with Earned Value Management (EVM) in Project! Using examples from construction, we take you through the entire process: Configuring Project for EVM, setting up resources, adding dependencies, adding costs and tracking the project. Then we calculate the EVM metrics and display those in easy-to-understand graphs that can be presented to a customer.