Effective Communications for Project Management
Effective communication on projects is a challenging, ongoing process for project managers and stakeholders at all levels within an organization. Project managers experience the greatest challenge due to the nature of their position. They set up and regulate communications that support a project overall.
Effective Communications for Project Management examines elements of effective communications and describes the role that a Project Management Information System (PMIS) has in helping project managers become better communicators. Based on the author’s practical experience and insight as a project and program manager, the book describes the role of personaltiy and its effect on the communications process. It also details the seven elements of effective communications:
Containing examples and checklists that are adaptable to almost any project environment, this book is an invaluable resource that not only demonstrates how to attain effective communications, but also how communications can effect a project’s bottom line.
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Chapter 2 Establishing the Project Management Information System
Chapter 3 Personality Style and Communications
Chapter 4 Applying Active and Effective Listening
Chapter 5 Preparing the Communciations Management Plan and Establishing an Issues Management Process
Chapter 6 Drafting and Publishing Documentation
Chapter 7 Conducting Meetings
Chapter 8 Giving Effective Presentations