The success of any project largely depends on the efficiency and effectiveness of its communication strategy and network.
Communication commences from the start and must continue throughout.
When developing a communication strategy, consider the following:
- Who needs to be informed? (team members, executives, stakeholders or clients?)
- For what purpose do they need to be informed?
- HOw will they benefit and contribute to the success of the project?
- What kind of communication will be required? (Team and management meetings, project updates?)
- How frequently will communication be needed? (Weekly? Bi-weekly? Monthly?)
- What details must be communicated? (meeting notes, progress, risk, problems, successes)
- Who needs to know what? (eg. does the CEO need to know about a delivery issue? Budget overspend?)
Utilising and planning in conjunction with whom you have on your team, is effective, efficient and strategic.
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