Project communications policy
January 3, 2005
Managing stakeholders' expectations throughout the life of an IT project is easier if you establish at the outset when and how you will communicate with your project's stakeholders. This sample Project Communications Policy from TechRepublic can help project managers lay the groundwork for successful communications by spelling out in advance when stakeholders can expect to hear from the PM. Establishing up front which milestones or circumstances will elicit communications can help you stave off a flood of requests for status reports and updates once your project begins in earnest.