< The template can be downloaded from Template 09 - Stakeholder Register >
This is a fairly detailed template which you can shorten if you wish. But the recommendation is to use the full template to get complete benefit from Stakeholder Analysis.
< The template can be downloaded from Template 08 - Thermometer Chart >
Thermometer Chart is used to show the progress towards a goal. It is generally used to reflect on the percentage achievement.
The template here gives many different type of Thermometer charts. You can create many more and / or format existing ones to meet your requirements.
< The template can be downloaded from Template 07 - Lessons Learned Template >
This time, the template presented is for Lessons Learned. The template covers both what went well and what didn't go well. The category of learning can be customized. I have already put 3 categories which are based on PMI Process Area, PMI Knowledge Areas, PMI Constraints and one category for your organization determined categories.
You can use Setup tab to choose which category to use.
For project name, project Manager Name and other project related info, you can insert a Cover Page tab.
< The template can be downloaded from Template 06 - Risk Log >
This time, this is a unique kind of Risk Log. This covers all 5 phases of Risk Management and is based on PMI PMBOK 5.
The template is highly customizable and Risk Score and PI Matrix coloring will be done automatically.
Tornado chart is used to Sensitivity Analysis. It is one of the tools in Quantitative Risk Management phase of Risk Management. A good introduction about Tornado Chart is at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tornado_diagram
Download the template - Template 04 - Agile Burnup Chart Template v1.2
Download Password free version of this template - Template 04 - Agile Burnup Chart Template v1.2 Password Free
When I posted the Burndown template, I promised that next template would be Burnup template. Unlike Burndown which shows remaining effort (stories etc.) to reach the goal, Burnup chart shows the effort spent (stories etc.) to reach the goal.
Both have their own pros and cons and both have their own utilities. In my view, in Agile Project Management, both should be used while staying away from trying to prove the superiority of one over the other.
In this template, I am not constraining the look and feel to only one type of Burnup Chart rather I am giving 4 different looks and feels. You can use which one do you want to use.
The template can be download from - Template 03 - Agile Burndown Chart Template
I decided to create a template for a Burndown Chart in Excel which is very highly used in Agile Project Management. Next download template will be about Burnup Chart which is also a very highly used chart in Agile Project Management.
In this template, I am not constraining look and feel to only one type of Burndown Chart rather I am giving 4 different look and feel. You can use which one do you want to use.