Most of project management involves communicating. But how can you know if your team communications are up to par? If you’re interested in finding out more about communications and establishing an effective communications plan, you’ve landed on the right page. The video, includes information about meeting schedules, stakeholders, reporting, protocols, and guidelines, and where to find information. Alison touches on what content should be included in an effective communications plan, such as where to house information concerning the plan, scheduling concerns, meeting details, stakeholder registers, reporting concerns, and matters relating to lines of communication. She also provided viewers with a worksheet to help keep track of the lines of effective communications between the members of a project.
Check out the Lines of Communication Worksheet by clicking the link below!
Alison Mills-Long, PMP, CMQ/OE, RMT, TNLP, is the owner of Empowered by Source and has over 27 years of experience in the financial services industry in the disciplines of project management, operations, and vendor management. She is a founding member of the PMI Columbus, GA Chapter and has served in continuous officer positions for over 20 years and is a member of the American Society for Quality. Alison is the developer and lead instructor for Columbus State University Continuing Education Project Management Certificate Program. Alison writes about project scope and training.