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Project Communication Plan

What will happen "If you do not develop a formal communication plan,what are the chances of poor coordination and problems not being identified on time for correction?"

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Project Communication Plan
what will happen "If you do not develop a formal communication plan, what are the chances of poor coordination and problems not being identified on time for correction?"

please provide one reference
Because project communication is so important, every project should include a communications management plan—a document that guides project communications. The communications management plan will vary with the needs of the project, but some type of written plan should always be prepared. The communications management plan should address the following items:

"1) Stakeholder communications requirements
2) Information to be communicated, including format, content, and level of detail
3) Identification of who will receive the information and who will produce it
4) Suggested methods or guidelines for conveying the information
5) Description of the frequency of communication
6) Escalation procedures for resolving issues
7) Revision procedures for updating the communications management plan
8) A glossary of common terminology used on the project" (Schwalbe, 2005)
Poor communication tops the list of why projects fail. If a project manager wants to delegate decisions to the team, he/she needs to define predictable communication routines. It is important to use clear direct communications. Innuendoes are often misunderstood and consequently confuse the intent of the message. Project manager should ...

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