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What is your communication strategy?
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What is your communication strategy?

Steps:

1. Build a strategy
2. Involve stakeholders
3. Determine Message Content
4. Identify Communication Channels
5. Ensure Follow-Up

Thoughts?
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I'd amend as follows:
1 Build a strategy
2. Determine message content
3. Debug strategy and content (with the aid of a trustworthy collaborator)
4. Involve stakeholders
5. Identify Communication Channels
6. Collect positive and negative feedbacks
7. Ensure Follow-Up

Do you agree?
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1 reply by Anupam
Jun 05, 2016 10:30 PM
Anupam
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Thanks Matteo
I would add that regular evaluation of the communication strategy is absolutely essential. The strategy may change as the initiative changes. I have written a few articles that you may find of interest on communication strategy:

http://www.ginaabudi.com/effective-communi...mplex-projects/

http://www.ginaabudi.com/what-is-your-comm...ur-initiatives/
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1 reply by Anupam
Jun 05, 2016 10:30 PM
Anupam
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Thanks Gina
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Jun 03, 2016 8:54 AM
Replying to Gina Abudi
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I would add that regular evaluation of the communication strategy is absolutely essential. The strategy may change as the initiative changes. I have written a few articles that you may find of interest on communication strategy:

http://www.ginaabudi.com/effective-communi...mplex-projects/

http://www.ginaabudi.com/what-is-your-comm...ur-initiatives/
Thanks Gina
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Jun 03, 2016 5:28 AM
Replying to Matteo Girotto Moretto
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I'd amend as follows:
1 Build a strategy
2. Determine message content
3. Debug strategy and content (with the aid of a trustworthy collaborator)
4. Involve stakeholders
5. Identify Communication Channels
6. Collect positive and negative feedbacks
7. Ensure Follow-Up

Do you agree?
Thanks Matteo

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