Often I have requests about a summary sheet that has some quick points that are foundational and always good to have in your back pocket. 

Below is a sample table of some good ones and also are good if you were studying for the PMP Test.

5 Top GM Skills   (PINLC)
Problem solving, Influencing, Negotiating, Leadership /Mgmt,
Why Do A Proj (MBTLC) Market demand, Business need, Technological advance, Legal requirement, Customer request
Mandatory, External, Discretionary
Quality Metrics (Operational Dfns)
Criteria, Test, Decision
RAM – Resp Assignmt Matrix (PARIS) Participant, Accountable, Reviewer, Input, Sign off

Org Structures
Functional, Matrix, Projectized
Risk Mgmt Circle
Identify, Analyze, Plan, Track, Control, Communicate
Risk Decision Making Matrices
State of Nature, Strategy, Pay Off
Risk Analysis (PICTA)
Probability, Impact, Cause, Timing, Frequency, Alternatives
Risk Classifications
Effect Based Vs Source Based
Expert Judgment Sources
Your company, Web, Consultants
Org/Assoc/Instit/Industry Groups
Communicatin Matrix
who, who, what, when, how
Cause & Effect or Risk Analysis Triggers (5M)
Man, Machine, Material, Method, Metrics, Mother Nature
Categories (POTPEQ) PM, Org, Tech, Performance, External, Quality
Risk Mgmt Columns (IDCDTORSP) Id, Date, Category, Description, Trigger, Owner, Response, PICTA
Risk Responses
Avoid, Accept, Mitigate, Transfer
Leadership Styles
Autocratic, Consultive, Consensus
Team Dev Stages
forming, storming, norming, performing (adjourning)
5 Sources of Power  (ERRLC)
Expert, Referent, Reward, Legitimate, Coercive
5 Conflict Mgmt Styles (PCSWF)
Problem solving, Compromise, Smoothing, Withdrawal, Forcing
Project Interfaces or Problem Categories:  Internal, External, Managerial, Interpersonal, Technical
Manage the different  wants, needs, experiences, optimism, agendas, expectations, vested-interests
Project Influencers Of Quality
Producability         Flexibility
Usability                Operability
Reliability              Social Acceptability
Maintainability      Affordability
Motivation Theories
Theory X and Y
Maslow Hierarchy of Needs
Herzberg Theory
Other:  Goal setting, Equity, Reinforcement, Expectancy,
Requirements Gathering
Functional, Design, Performance
Cost Estimates
Bottom Up (+/- 5%), Analogous (15%), Parametric (35%)
Budget Analysis Payback Period, Discounted Cashflow, NPV, IRR
Cost Of Quality  Prevention, Appraisal, Failure  
Types of Failure Scrap, Rework, Expediting, Add. Inventory/Material, Warranty, Recall, Liability, Complaint handling, Service/product image, Resource Allocation
Types of Waste  Transportation, Inventory, Motion, Wait, OverProduce, OverProcess, Defects, Intellect
Negotiation Tactics
Deadline, Stall (no authority),
Delay/break, Surprise, Confusion
Fairness/reasonable, Reasoning
Withdraw, Concession point out
Arbitration, Binding arbitration
Attack, Personal insults
Resource Types  Labour, Materials, Facilities, Equipmt, Consultants, Supplies, Utilities
Schedule Dev
Math Analysis = CPM, Pert, GERT
Estimation = Monte Carlo, Lateral Thinking, Brainstorming
Schedule Mgmt =  Fast Track, Crash
Flowchart Techniques (QA)
 Cause & Effect, Process Flowchart, tree
Scheduling Techniques Network Diagrams (PDM, ADM, CDM), Bar Charts (Gantt), Milestone Charts
Estimating Ranges
Order of magnitude    
-25%  to  +75%
-10%  to  +25%
-  5%  to  +10%
Sender (encoder), Message, Receiver (decoder)  Influencers:  Education, Knowledge, Language, Technology, Culture , Politics, Sex, Agenda, Understanding, Past Experiences, Work Experience, priorities, expectations, wants
Process Mapping Eg.  (SIPOC)
Supplier, Input, Process, Output, Customer