Don’t Forget Face-to-Face Communication on Your Project
One of the key responsibilities of a project manager is to communicate proactively to clients, team members, and stakeholders. Some of this communication is routine and obvious, including status meetings and status reports. However, status meetings and status reports are the minimum expectation for communicating on a project. These communication updates help to manage expectations, but they do not satisfy the total communication needs for most projects. If your project is large and impacts a substantial number of people, a Communication Plan should be created to meet the needs of all stakeholders.
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