If you’re a project manager, you probably create regular status reports to update stakeholders on how projects are progressing. And there are a lot of things you have to remember to include in these reports. No matter how often you create project status reports, without a list, there’s a chance you’ll forget something. To ensure your weekly project status report contains everything you need, we’ve created a simple powerpoint template you can use.
Even if the progress is small and updates minimal, it is still important to be getting the updates. These little pulse checks in the project ensure that as a project manager, you are on top of your game and there are no last-minute surprises. It also enables transparency of the project on all levels and can help you gauge whether there are any problems in the pipeline and to plan accordingly.
20 unique presentation slides designed by professionals that you can easily edit and fill out with your personal content.
8 icons are used in this template which you can flawlessly move, resize or change colors throughout your presentation slides.
1 color flavours are available in this template.
After purchasing the presentation template that fits your needs, click the download button to receive a compressed folder of your presentation template (A compressed folder makes it easier and faster to download the different components of your presentation template, like custom fonts and the templates).
In the downloads folder of your computer, you will now see a file labeled with your presentation template’s name. The file will end with the suffix .zip. In order to begin using your template, you need to unzip the folder. On a Windows to extract the entire contents of the compressed folder, right-click the folder, in context menu click Extract All, and then follow the instructions. You can also double-click the compressed folder to open it. Then, drag the file or folder from the compressed folder to a new location. On a Mac, simply double-click on the folder to unpack the contents of the folder.
Once the folder is unzipped, you will see three subfolders inside and a .pdf document containing a copy of detailed instructions.
To use the custom fonts included in your presentation, you need to add the included fonts to your computer’s font library. Double-click on the Fonts folder to see the individual fonts included in your presentation template. On a Windows choose all font files, then right-click files, in context menu click Install New Font. On a Mac, open Font Book (you can find this by searching for Font Book) and drag and drop the individual font files over to the list of fonts. The fonts will now be added to your library and you can use them in any program on your computer, just like you would use Times New Roman.
Finally, in the PowerPoint folder, you will find your presentation template. Double-click on the presentation template to launch PowerPoint and begin using your template.
Streamline your project tracking with this ready-to-use project status report template for PowerPoint. You don’t have to build a framework each time you want to create an update for stakeholders.