PRINCE2® and Your Communication Management Policy

When it’s time to figure out how to approach communication management on your projects, you need to start from the top down.  Step 1 is to establish a communication management policy and high-level approach that applies consistently across all projects in the organization.  Once that is agreed upon, then it’s time to figure out the details.   It is […]
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Managing Project Communication Using PRINCE2® – Part 3 of 3

We discussed communications planning and implementation of a PRINCE2 project’s Communications Management Strategy in my previous two posts.  There is a third key piece to this communications puzzle, though. Effective project managers must be able to receive, distribute and report timely and relevant project information.  There are seven PRINCE2 management products that allow the project manager to do exactly that!  Let’s […]
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Managing Project Communication Using PRINCE2® – Part 2 of 3

Consistent and clear communications is the cornerstone to achieving effective project outcomes. It isn’t enough to use PRINCE2 to plan for effective project communication, as we discussed in my previous post.  Successful project managers must know how to implement that plan! Effective project communications requires timely and relevant information distribution, accurate and timely reporting, and […]
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Managing Project Communciation Using PRINCE2® – Part 1 of 3

PRINCE2 has a great approach to managing project communication across the life cycle.  It is critical that the project manager establish controlled and bi-directional information flow to engage and inform project stakeholders.   Your focus should be on ensuring that the project remains viable against its business case, produces the required products, and is carried out […]
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Communication Can Make or Break Your Projects

In a 2007 CompTIA web survey, nearly 28 percent of the more than 1,000 respondents to the web poll singled out poor communications as the number one cause of IT project failure.  I would take that result one step further and say that poor communications causes most project failures even today, regardless of the project type.   One […]
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