Information, Communication and Documentation
Part of the
Management for Professionals
book series (MANAGPROF)
Information and communication are always found in projects in one form or another. The question is whether they “happen” by chance or are intentionally designed. Allowing them to happen by chances involves high risks: The people involved in the project do not receive the information they need or when they need it. Documents are not filed, let alone found. Stakeholder groups feel excluded and offer resistance. And so on.
KeywordsProject Management Stakeholder Group Project Team Verbal Communication Interpersonal Communication
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.
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