TEMPLATES

Project Management Templates

Project management templates are perfect for visualizing and organizing your work, school, or personal projects that require planning and structure. They can save a ton of time and provide you with an organized system to document your deadlines, track project progress, and milestones, and get your task list under control. You can use our simple project management templates for any project, big or small.

Project Management Examples

Gantt Chart

Gantt Chart

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  • Create a streamlined overview of your tasks for the full duration of your project.
  • Stay on top of deadlines and manage responsibilities within your team.
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Daily Standup Template

Daily Standup Template

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  • Keep your team aligned and ensure everyone is on track with their tasks.
  • Identify any potential blockers so that everyone can deliver on time.
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Impact Mapping with Mind Maps

Impact Mapping with Mind Maps

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  • Align on a goal and determine responsibilities within your team.
  • Get a comprehensive view of deliverables and the impact they are intended to make.
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Basic Kanban Board

Basic Kanban Board

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  • Simplify your workflow and stay on top of your project backlog with our stacks and cards.
  • Project cards offer rich text formatting options to provide additional context and sub-tasks.
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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I create and structure a simple project management plan?

The best way to plan a project is by identifying the goals and objectives you want to achieve with it. Then, they should be organized in a reasonable timeline that aligns with all of your other obligations and explains why you are going to do something, followed by listing all the steps and tasks needed to get there and who should be responsible for making sure they are completed.

How do you structure a Kanban board?

The basic Kanban board typically consists of three columns:

  1. To-do
  2. In Progress
  3. Done

Each stack represents a different stage of project development. As ideas progress to the next stage – from concept through completion – so do the tasks in that column on the board. Structuring your project and keeping track of the progress can be used for small and big projects alike - even a shopping list is essentially a simplified version of a Kanban board!

How do you create a project framework?

A project framework outlines the goals, tasks, and processes for a specific project. The purpose of this framework is to better organize the work that needs to be done in order to set clear expectations on the timeframe, stakeholders, and scope of the project that eventually leads to better end results.