Communication Plan

By PMI Barcelona, Spain Chapter

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If your project involves many persons or groups divided over different locations or time zones, it is advisable to create and maintain a communication plan. This will give a clear view over what should be communicated, who should transmit this information, and when and how it should be sent. You can start defining the communication plan once the stakeholders (and their needs) are identified, which is normally in an early stage of the project. This document lets you plan different types of communication within your project.

This template is one in a total of 14, together forming a comprehensive set for project management aligned with the methodology explained in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).

The use of all project management functions and features of this template are at your complete and unlimited disposal. Certain parts of this template are locked to avoid (unintended) removal and thereby increase its stability and robustness. In case you are interested in the unlocked version of this template, please contact Stefan de Vries to discuss the options.

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