Are you planning a smaller project and asking yourself how the many aspects and tools can also be taken into account in small projects? We recommend starting with the project draft in the project management tool. Alternatively, you can use the templates under “The essentials” to:
You can expand the project draft into a project plan at a later date. When implementing the project, the interactive schedule and to-do list in particular are very good for smaller projects. When closing the project, the final report can either be written directly in the project management tool or using a Word template.
At the conclusion of a project/program, the time is now to give an account of the project’s success, to reflect on the implementation and to document findings and lessons learned.
This guideline will inform you about the aspects that should be covered and discussed in some detail in a final report. The list of items is also available as a Word template.Instructions (pdf) | Template (doc.zip)
Ideally, the structure of a project is established in the initial planning phase. It will need to be completed and adjusted along the way. Its function is:
Instructions (pdf) | Template (pptx.zip)
The planning chart is the most important and central tool for the planning of a project. Its function is:
Instructions (pdf) | Template (doc.zip)
Criteria are required for a systematic projectand program quality assessment. The criteria that are presented in this document have been developed for intervention projects in health promotion and prevention but can be applied to other projects.Ackermann & Studer (2006) (pdf) Evaluation Profile (projects) (doc.zip) | Ackermann & Studer (2006) (pdf)