A project analysis can be deployed before a project gets off the ground or after it lands back down. When needed, project analysis and appraisal happens even after significant points in a project’s lifespan, to make sure everything is on track or to troubleshoot some issue that springs up. These templates are definitely very useful toward your end goal, and since they are available as Word and PDF files, they can be tailored to your project needs.
Whether you’re assessing project status, financial situation, economic impact, market fit, or what have you, there is an Analysis Template here for most needs you might have.
The recommended frequency of a project analysis will vary on a project-by-project basis.
A rule of thumb: Whenever you’re tempted to call multiple group meetings or you have a nagging feeling you are getting off track, listen to your businessman’s gut and conduct a project analysis. Something may be off, or something may need to be brought back into focus.
One effective way is to outline a report in writing. You may use any kind of data management and presentation tools to help you here, including
If you’ve ever done an assessment of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of any given venture (i.e., a SWOT analysis), you will have a good idea of what to focus on in a project analysis.
For added help, also check out these samples from our website:
Project Cost Analysis Template
There are a variety of templates here for every kind of big-scheme project that requires careful scrutiny of a lot of details and how they play toward the project goal. Not all project analysis are created equally. Here you can find examples for
On this last point, if you want to focus on assessing gaps in performance, this can also be effectively accomplished using a Gap Analysis Template.
Download any of these samples as free Word documents or PDF files for your reference.