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Action Items for Project Managers/ Program Managers

Action Items for Project Managers/ Program Managers

Action Items for Project Managers/ Program Managers

How do you as Project Managers stay on top of multiple projects action item lists. In some cases, many of the action items actually sit with other people. I've tried spreadsheets, One-note, Outlook tasks, and Trello, only spreadsheets templates or status reports seem to have really good for me. But I was looking something more to it example something with check boxes too. I'd love to hear what others have been successful with.

RE: Action Items for Project Managers/ Program Managers

You can check ProjectManagement.com. Basic membership is free and Full membership is included if you are a member of PMI. There are lots of downloads at that site. You can also check pmhut.com and projectsatwork.com. And there are many more than the one you linked. Did you link that one for any particular reason?

You can also check my FAQ in this forum, FAQ731-7644: What are some good websites for Project Management?
I will say, however, that the links are 5 years old and I have not validated them in awhile.

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