As a project manager, you’re probably faced with constant questions about your project:
- What is the current status of the project?
- Are deliverables being completed on time?
- Are we within budget?
- Do we have all the right resources?
- How are we addressing issues?
- What risks do we have and how are we responding to them?
To effectively answer these questions you first need to consider who needs this information about your project and what they need to do with the information you have provided, in other words, you need to establish and follow Stakeholder Communication Plan to ensure you are providing the right information at the right time.
You certainly need to consider the communication methods and tools available for you to use along with how you will retrieve and store the shared project information.
During this 2 part series, we will provide detailed, real-world tips for developing project status report information that is informative, timely, and useful to all project stakeholders. Learn what types of project reporting you should be generating and review examples of various project reports including weekly status reports, financial reports, forecasts, issue logs, and executive presentations.
All webinars in this series align to the PMI Talent Triangle – Technical