This Applicant Tracking with Hiring Budget template serves as a database for candidates and their resumes, a central location for information about each job opening, and a detailed budget model that forecasts next year's new headcount expenses based on expected salary and start date. Candidates are linked with jobs and hiring managers can easily collaborate with recruiters and HR on candidate status, feedback, etc. Kanban views make it easy to manage moving candidates and job openings through the interview and job opening lifecycle.
An Employee Directory is used to store information about staff in a single location for shared access throughout the organization. It can be used to track and manage a wide variety of information about employees such as: names, job titles, contact information, location, job skills, current projects, work hours, vacation schedule, personal interests, and more.
This template acts as an organizational hub for managing a well-planned content calendar, which is critical for content creators. With your strategy planned out on single calendar, it’s easy to keep organized, stay ahead of deadlines, and maintain productivity. In addition, it's the easiest way to keep everyone on your team in sync.
Plan and manage all tasks related to a product launch such as product research, marketing materials, sales materials, and a timeline of activities. Assign tasks to owners. View tasks by status in a Kanban board. Filter tasks by status and due date to make sure you don't miss any deadlines. Shared views for "My tasks" allow collaborators to focus only on their deliverables.
CRM (Customer Relationship Management) is a tool used for managing business relationships. Keep track of your contacts, who they work for, what you need to do for them, and open opportunities in your deal pipeline.
Track and manage product inventory, sales, fulfillment centers, and vendor relationships. Inventory management is a system for sourcing, storing, and selling products in inventory. Successful inventory management means the right products, at the right stock levels, in the right place, at the right time, and at the right cost as well as price.
This workbook is designed for measuring product/market fit (PMF) as defined in Rahul Vora's First Round Review article. It's an all-in-one template designed to set up and distribute a PMF survey, capture responses, analyze results, and perform target persona segmentation with only a few minutes of work.
Use this template to create and manage a project plan. A project plan is essential for defining a project and keeping its sechedule on track. Your project plan should typically include the scope, goals, deliverables and deadlines of your project.