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The project communication plan outlines the who, where, what, when, why, and how of project communications. Project managers need to manage the information created by the project and disseminate to the primary stakeholders of the project. Communication is critical to managing project expectations and teamwork of the project team.
You are managing a server installation project that has globally interconnected stakeholders in San Jose, CA; Colorado Springs, CO; St. Louis, MO; Nashua, MA; Rhos-on-Sea, Wales; and Ljubljana, Slovenia. Stakeholders in San Jose build the individual machines that will comprise the kluge of boxes that will make up your install project in Rhos-on-Sea and Ljubljana. Your systems engineers are located in Colorado Springs, and your system testers reside in St. Louis.
The contracted vendor assembles the various CPUs, processors, file servers, drives, and cabling that make up your server network. Rhos-on-Sea and Ljubljana will provide the necessary technicians, on site, to do the installation under the supervision of the systems engineers, followed by systems testing by your testers.
Ensure your communication matrix in the Communications Management Plan template located here reflects the stakeholders, time zone considerations, and the appropriate technology that can be leveraged for virtual communications for global team.
Use the Communications Plan template to build a Project Communication Plan that encompasses the information requirements as outlined in the PMBOK Guide section 10.2.3.1 Communications Management Plan.
Please use the Communication Management Plan template to complete the assignment. Review the instructions for each section and as you complete each, remove the instructions and examples from the template