10Managing Project Communications


10.01 Identifying Project Stakeholders

10.02 Planning Project Communications

10.03 Distributing Project Information

10.04 Managing Stakeholder Expectations

10.05 Reporting Project Performance

It’s been said that 90 percent of a project manager’s time is spent communicating. When you consider all of the stakeholders, status meetings, instructing, coaching, controlling, and inspecting a project manager must do, it’s easy to believe that fact. While communicating is important and necessary in project management, there’s a big difference between just communicating and communicating effectively.

Communications in project management happens both internally, to your project team, and externally—to customers, ...

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