Secrets to a Great Communication Plan
06 Sep

Secrets to a Great Communication Plan

How management and staff communicate with one another plays a crucial role in employee morale, office atmosphere, and resulting quality of work done.  Good communication among all levels within an organization leads to increased productivity, trust, confidence, and strong working relationships. For that reason, paying attention to communications as part of a project is very […]

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3 Step Formula for Communicating Early on Projects
07 Jul

3 Step Formula for Communicating Early on Projects

Here’s a scenario: Your project is underway and it’s still in the early days. But people are starting to ask questions about your project. You need to tell them something. And you want to share information to start building support for what you are doing. However, it seems too early, and you don’t think you […]

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Project Manager? Project Coordinator? Project Leader?
19 May

Project Manager? Project Coordinator? Project Leader?

After many years of working with and supporting people with Project Manager in their title, something crystallized for me recently. There are three general types of Project Manager (PM). This observation came about during a conversation with a couple of PMs that I have a lot of time and respect for. We compared notes on […]

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Why Project Communications are Waaay Different
05 May

Why Project Communications are Waaay Different

An earlier blog that covered the importance of stakeholder willingness, also covered the various parts of a good organizational change management program. Often people don’t consider all these parts, but they do understand the need for communications on a project. Change communications for a project is different from regular communications that happens in a company. If […]

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