As an architect, I’ve built team plans that work for every client, and they are very effective and can be very affordable.
But how do you make sure that your team plan is effective and that it’s affordable?
In this article, I’ll share some tips for managing your team and estimating costs.
What are team plans?
A team plan, also called a team or team organization plan, is an organization-wide, group-based plan that you use to organize your projects.
In a team organization, your organization and project teams work together to plan, execute, and share risks, rewards, and resources across your organization.
To learn more about team plans, click here.
How to structure a team project plan How do you organize your team project?
Your team will be responsible for: Estimating and executing project risks and rewards What you need to know about project risks & rewards project risks: Project risks: A risk is a potential loss or damage to the project, such as missing deadlines or lost productivity.
You should consider project risks every time you commit to work on a project.
You can calculate project risks using the project management tools like Trello, Box, and Zapier.
Project rewards: You can allocate project rewards, such the time spent on the project or the reward amount, based on the risks and reward amounts.
For example, if you have an open project with multiple risks, you might choose to reward people who prioritize project risks over others.
Projects are structured according to risk-related milestones: milestones are the specific steps that you take to complete the project.
Projects will have an overall project risk schedule, such that you can estimate project risks based on these steps.
You’ll use the project risk schedules to calculate project rewards based on each risk, so that you know exactly how much to reward each person for each risk.
For more information about risk schedules, see How to create project risk and reward schedules for your team.
When do you have to update your team organization plans?
When your team’s project risk estimates are too high.
For a team with more than one risk, you’ll have to revise your project risk organization plans every six months, and your risk estimates will be updated every two months.
This can add up to a significant increase in your project costs and time, because it will require you to make additional changes to your project organization plans.
This extra time will add to your overall project costs, and it will be much harder to make your projects successful.
For an overview of how project risk management works, see Managing project risk in Trello.
How do I estimate project costs?
If your project has a significant risk to your company or project, you can use Trello to create a project costs analysis to estimate the costs of each project.
This helps you figure out exactly how many hours of your time you need.
To create a team cost analysis, follow the steps below: Sign up for a Trello account on the site (this will let you use a new password every time).
Click the “Create a new team” button at the top right of your Trello dashboard.
Enter the project information and the project details (or add an existing project if you’re creating a new one).
Click “Next” to add the analysis.
If you’re using a Trelly account that doesn’t already have a team, click “Next”.
In the Trello app, click the “Edit” button to add a team and add a new report.
Click “Add report” to create your report.
To see the current report, click on the “View” button on the top left of the report window.