What’s in this book for you? It’s a great resource to learn more about the importance of communication in projects. But don’t take our word for it – check out these reviews from professionals to professors who understand the value of communication on a project.
“Project Communications: A Critical Factor for Project Success is loaded with practical strategies, tools, templates, and exercises to use with project teams or any team! The book presents the “language” and “basics” of communication – an excellent introduction and/or review for those new to or experienced with the topic of communication. The authors emphasize that “one size does not fit all,” which guides team leaders to customize their communication strategy for their unique team. Furthermore, the book’s Plan-Manage-Monitor approach and templates holistically equips team leaders to effectively develop highly communicative teams, toward long-term, successful team collaboration, productivity, and profitability.”
– Martha Buelt, MA, Strengths-Based Talent Development Consultant, Educator, and Coach
“This is the second book I’ve read by Connie Plowman (coauthor) and both have been essential additions to a project manager’s library of resources. “Project Communications” addresses a much needed and poorly executed area of managing projects, communication. Communication is at the heart of any endeavor that requires collaboration of people. In this book best practices for successful communication are targeted directly at the project environment. No need to invent your own tools, thanks to the authors of this book. New and seasoned project managers will find the exercises and templates provided in this book invaluable. A necessary read for anyone aspiring to manage and lead projects.”
– Laurie Yates, DMgt, Visiting Professor, Oregon Institute of Technology