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Project Communications Management includes the processes that are required to ensure timely and appropriate planning, collection, creation, distribution, storage, retrieval, management, control, monitoring, and the ultimate disposition of project information. Project managers spend most of their time communicating with team members and other project stakeholders, whether they are internal (at all organizational levels) or external to the organization. Effective communication creates a bridge between diverse stakeholders, who may have different cultural and organizational backgrounds, different levels of expertise, and different perspectives and interests, which impact or have an influence upon the project execution or outcome.
Our analysis of the communication requirements determines the information needs of the project stakeholders. These requirements are defined by combining the type and format of information needed with an analysis of the value of that information.
What we do:
- Plan communications Management
- The process of developing an appropriate approach and plan for project communications based on stakeholder’s information needs and requirements, and available organizational assets.
- Manage communications
- The process of creating, collecting, distributing, storing, retrieving and the ultimate disposition of project information in accordance with the communications management plan.
- Control communications
- The process of monitoring and controlling communications throughout the entire project life cycle to ensure the information needs of the project stakeholders are met.
Our advice delivers because we merge business sense with technical strength, which benefits organization to:
- Encode – Thoughts or ideas are translated (encoded) into language by the sender.
- Transmit Message – This information is then sent by the sender using communication channel (medium).
- Decode – The message is translated by the receiver back into meaningful thoughts or ideas.
- Acknowledge – Upon receipt of a message, the receiver may signal (acknowledge) receipt of the message but this does not necessarily mean agreement with or comprehension of the message.
- Feedback/Response – When the received message has been decoded and understood, the receiver encodes thoughts and ideas into a message and then transmits this message to the original sender.