Write Your Status Reports from the Reader’s Perspective
Is there a project manager who likes to write status reports? If so, I would like to shake his or her hand. It’s not uncommon for your team to accomplish great feats, solve perplexing problems, and strive to meet deadlines. The, when the time comes to tell your managers and your clients about the status of the project, you spend as little time as possible providing the absolute minimum amount of information required. It might be understandable (but still not right) if the project was in trouble. But even project teams doing well don’t always communicate effectively in the status report.
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