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Change and Risk Management Solutions for Project Managers

Project and program managers must be able to effectively track and manage changes to their project schedules, while understanding risk. OnePager, an add-in to Microsoft Project or Excel, gives PMs the ability to have a change management process for even the most complex project schedules:

  • Version project schedules to show changes each week or month
  • Quickly update timelines with new MS Project or Excel data while maintaining a consistent presentation format
  • Call out key dependencies and relationships between tasks to understand the impact of project changes
  • Perform forward-looking projections or post-mortems using historical change management data
  • Illustrate the reasons behind a change to manage stakeholder expectations
  • Understand which deliverables are at risk

Sample Change & Risk Management Solutions

OnePager can create these types of project plans quickly and easily using data from Microsoft Project or Excel. The following how-tos walk you through the steps manage risk and change in your project schedules::

Track and manage risk across one or more project plans.

Project Risk Report

Track and manage the risk associated with key deliverables in one or several project plans.

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How to show actual costs compared to budget for tasks in a project plan.

Cost Variance Report

How to show actual costs compared to budget for tasks in a project plan.

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How to create a red-amber-green (RAG) status report from Microsoft Project.

Showing Status in a Microsoft Project Report

How to create a red-amber-green (RAG) status report from Microsoft Project using OnePager Pro's conditional formatting rules for project plans.

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Learn how to create charts that illustrate success and failure in a project post-mortem.

What to Present in a Project Post Mortem

Learn the types of charts that are useful in understanding a project's successes and failures during a post mortem review.

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How to create a versioned Gantt chart in Microsoft Project.

Versioning a Microsoft Project Schedule

Learn how to create and track multiple versions of your Microsoft Project schedule to see how your project has changed over time.

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Track changes to your project schedule as tasks are updated from week to week.

Showing How Project Plans Change

Quickly illustrate the changes that occur in your project plan from week-to-week or month-to-month using OnePager's snapshot feature that takes versioned histories of your project schedule.

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Visually trace changes in your project using time-sensitive snapshots of your Gantt chart.

Showing a Project's History in a Gantt Chart

Learn how to track the history of your project using a series of time-stamped Gantt charts created dynamically based on Microsoft Project data.

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Track changes to your project schedule as tasks are updated from week to week.

Tracking Project Schedule Changes in a Timeline View

See how OnePager can create a series of progressive timelines that track the changes to individual tasks or phases within your Microsoft Project plan.

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Create a collection of historical Gantt charts to track your project's progress.

Building Historical Gantt Charts

Learn how to create a collection of historical Gantt charts from an MS Project plan to keep track of how your schedule and deliverables have changed from week-to-week or month-to-month.

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Learn how to simplify large projects into a one-page Gantt chart that is easy to update from week-to-week.

Simplifying Complex Projects

See how easy it is to simplify a complex project into a single-page Gantt chart that is easy to update from week-to-week.

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Learn how to create and update a Gantt chart using data from Microsoft Excel.

Updating Excel Gantt Chart Presentations

Learn how to create a Gantt chart in Excel that is easy to update as your project plan changes from week-to-week or month-to-month.

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