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Weekly Updates


I have started a recent contract with a company that is going through a lot of change. One of the ways they wish to keep up to date on what is happening in each department is by receiving a type of "what has happened" and "what is coming up". This is sort of like a weekly update, submitted by the training department, to senior management at end of each week.

Does anyone have any suggestions on what has worked for them? For example: wins for the week / issues or flags to raise / other activities etc.

I would be most grateful of any comments.
Kim Hampstead

One Response

  1. Summary Report
    I have used two documents to summarize project status at a high level to senior management:
    1. Power Point slides, and
    2. Excel Spreadsheets
    Both contain the project status, go live date, critical issues impacting the go live date, and 2-3 milestones, or tasks completed during that reporting cycle.
    Usually the Project Managers (trainers) complete the report for their own project, and their data is rolled up into the summary. The data is then captured and shown in a power point for presentation purposes.


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