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How to spot and stop trouble before your project comes to a grinding halt.
All projects have problems. The trick is to prevent showstoppers. The good news is that most problems are predictable, and you can do a lot ahead of time to head off trouble.
Without a project charter, corporate staff just can't see the importance of a project the same way as a project manager does. But even with a project charter, no one will know what's going on without communication!
This Excel template allows you to keep track of various communication forms and technologies for your project, including the location, type and method. Alter the drop-down menus to suit your project.
Effective communication is a prerequisite for the successful management of a project. The communication management plan serves as a guide and creates a framework for communication throughout the life cycle of the project. This plan should guide the project manager and the project team in planning, managing and controlling communication based on stakeholder information needs.
Keep your project team and stakeholders at all levels informed. This simple matrix shows the details of who is delivering what information on the project, to whom, how and when.
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 can be used for communication planning, and listing the intended audience or recipient of the message that is impacted by the project success or failure. The template is a register for understanding communication-related expectations and preferences, timeline and the communication medium used. Confirming what is needed to know, views and thoughts, and the feedback of the recipient can also be tracked. The template should be filled by the project manager or the project lead.