Statement of Work Fundamentals
If you are new to Statements of Work and require a guide that explains their purpose and content download our '5 Ws of SoW' guide now. This guide covers the fundamentals of Statements of Work, addressing the questions of What, Who, When, Where, and Why.
8 Key Statement of Work Questions
Simplify your Statement of Work (SoW) preparation with our comprehensive eight-section breakdown and associated key questions. The advance sharing of these questions has proven to be beneficial, helping businesses enhance meeting readiness, save time, and ensure clarity in their Statement of Work development. Start by downloading today.
How to Include Governance in your Statement of Work
Governance is the process and systems used to ensure that work stays on track and delivers its goals. To support successful project delivery, governance processes can be included in the Statement of Work. Governance measures should be appropriate to the risks in the work. Reduce project risk by downloading our guide to right-sized Governance.
Statement of Work Bingo
Fancy a game of bingo? Dig out a Statement of Work you authorised or reviewed. Now look at the bingo card below and see if you can get a complete row or 'bingo' by identifying all the ways, as well as just saving money, that you can add value to that Statement of Work. Are there any ways to add value that you hadn't considered and can’t cross off?
Deliverables are the tangible results, such as reports, processes, or products, which a provider delivers to a buyer. They ensure your project meets the agreed outcomes at the necessary standard. For example, if the project scope is to create an HR strategy, one of the deliverables could be a Workforce Analysis Report that outlines the current workforce composition. At Deployed, we love tables, as a valuable tool for facilitating discussions and enhancing the clarity of the Statement of Work. You can download our deliverable table to identify and track your most important project outcomes.