Project Status Report Excel template


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Are you looking for a way to easily collect all the overall project results from your project managers? Not want to use complex overpriced web applications? Want to start today?

When we are talking about Project status reports, we mainly refer to structural reports with timely updates concerning the progress of existing projects. The reports provide details and information regarding general questions the management and stakeholders involved with the project seem to be asking (before they actually ask them).

How to use Project Status Reports in an effective way?
Project status reports are amongst the most important ways of communication between your project sponsor or board, various stakeholders and the project manager. Often, the reporting happens on a weekly, biweekly, monthly basis or at set milestones in the project’s planning. Whenever it is prepared and shared, the most important thing is that the project manager is responsible for making clear and easy to interpret project reports. Therefore, it’s important the delivered reports are written concisely, offer high-level management information about a project, rather than every detail.

The main benefit of delivering effective project status reports is that the management keeps oversight and implicit sign-off moment on the project’s progress. An effectively created status report will inform about project health in terms of speed, quality, time, budget, milestones reached, and work completed, while also informs about potential risks and providing transparency about decisions and activity within the project.

To ensure that you are getting the most out of the time you spend creating reports and the time others spend reviewing them, here’s a simple project progress report in Excel.This Excel project status report template is easy to implement a solution to make sure your (project) managers can report to you in a standardized manner whatever project management method they are using like, for example, Prince2, Agile or Scrum.

The Excel status report template gives a complete summarized overview of the project budget, planning, resources, and risks so that you easily determine and prioritize actions that need to ensure your projects are aligned with your business. It includes the following sections:
 It includes the following:

  • Project name,
  • Client name, 
  • Date,
  • Scope,
  • Current project status,
  • What has been accomplished,
  • Current and future tasks,
  • Identify present issues,
  • Past, current and future delivery dates,
  • Important notes and comments.
  • Budget,
  • Planning,
  • Milestones actual,
  • Milestones planned,
  • Issues,
  • Risks,
  • Mitigation & Result,
  • Comments,
  • RAG status.

Check out this resourceful report template now. It is free from any protection and can easily be edited to your needs. Download this Project status report template and after downloading you can change and customize every detail and appearance and finish it in minutes.





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