Project Checklist Template with 100 check points

As the project progresses through each of it phases it is critical that the project manager keep track of tasks to be done. This simple template comes pre-populated with 100 questions for the various tasks required. You can also add your own with ease.

Project Checklist Template
Project Checklist Template

About the Project Checklist Template

  • Covers 100 checkpoints for 5 different project phases.
  • Covers key project phases - Initiation, Planning, Execution, Control and Close.
  • Each project phase is defined on a separate excel tab for better view.
  • Each checkpoint can be Open, Closed or N/A. 
  • N/A should be used when the question is not applicable.
  • The template highlights the status for visual indication.
  • New checkpoints can be easily added.
  • Has a comments column to record any notes/special mentions.
  • By default all the checkpoints are marked as open.
Project Phases
Project Phases

Initiation 

  • The project initiation tab has questions related to the project initiation. 
  • It has questions to make sure that a project manager has done all the tasks before starting the planning session.
  • This tab has around 15 key checkpoints.

Planning 

  • The planning tab focuses on the various planing activities that need to be done.
  • It includes tasks like project schedule, resource planning, public holidays etc.
  • The planning tab has 20 key checkpoints.
Project Planning Checklist
Project Planning Checklist

Execution

  • The execution tab has checkpoints for day to day management of the project.
  • It deals with managing the key project deliverable and project team communication.
  • There are 24 checkpoints in the execution tab.

Control

  • Project Control focus is on the governance aspects of the project.
  • It has checkpoints for stakeholder management, reporting and other governance aspects.
  • It has a total of 31 checkpoints.
Project Control Checklist
Project Control Checklist

Close

  • Focus for this tab to make sure that all the project closure activities are complete.
  • It has 10 key points.

Swapnil Wale

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Swapnil Wale is an IT Professional based in Sydney, Australia with over 10 years of experience in technology and project management. He is a passionate blogger and focuses on project management and BRMS articles.

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