Join Doug Rose for an in-depth discussion in this video Using informal communication, part of Managing Project Communication.
Most of discussion around project…communication is about formal communication.…You can find plenty of books on improving…your business writing or presentation skills,…but the majority of communication on…your project will be informal communication.…Informal communication is by design less formal,…so people are less inhibited.…It's usually in these informal breakout sections that…project managers receive most information about how…their project will fit into the overall program.…As a project manager, you want to make sure that you…can harness the power of…informal, verbal communication.…
That way you can always be sure…you are getting the latest, good information.…Informal communication is delivered in two ways.…There is informal written communication…and informal verbal communication.…Informal communication is usually anything that…is not formal communication.…A good way to think about informal communication…is that it's all your communication that is not prepared.…In today's project you will mostly receive…informal messages as Email.…
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- Using formal and informal means to communicate
- Prioritizing stakeholder needs
- Listening actively
- Planning project communication
- Understanding leadership language
- Writing clear and concise project reports
- Learning how and when to say "no"<br><br>
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