8 Reasons why a well-crafted communication management plan saves time, resources and is critical for business success. 

A well-crafted communication management plan helps us to decide where each person will communicate and about what. 

Having this management plan  in place helps to send the right message, to the right person, at the right time, through the right channels, for all the right reasons, without wasting time and resources unnecessarily. 

Even more than that, it helps us to structure, vary and adapt our communication style to suit the needs of everyone involved. 

What to needs to be included in a communication management plan: 

  1. The stakeholder 
  2. What communication channels to use? 
  3. What each communication channel will be used for? 
  4. When should we communicate? 
  5. What should be communicated? 
  6. How should it be communicated? (in person/online/phone)
  7. How frequently?
  8. Who is responsible for providing required information?

I trust this has been useful and that it brings some value and insights and maybe leads to some action and change around this topic for you. 

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