Evaluate effective communication methods for a project manager.
Analyze various communication techniques to use as a project manager.
Distinguish the major components of the communication plan.
Examine the rationale for the importance of the communication plan as it relates to project success.
Assemble the various components of the communication plan.
Evaluate team performance.
After reviewing the material for this week, create a 2-4-minute video on the various components of risk management. Ensure that you answer the following questions:
What are some of the key techniques/methods to communicate effectively as a project manager?
What are some do’s and don’ts as a project manager when communicating with project teams and stakeholders?
What are the major components of the communication plan?
Why is the communication plan vital for project success?
Who is the most important person or group on the communication and why?
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