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Communicating Change: How to Talk About Project Change is a book about how to plan the communications for your project so that people finally get what you are trying to do, cascade to their teams and do their part?
Change management and communications used to be part of “someone else’s job”. Project managers weren’t hands on with communicating about their project. The sponsor did it, or the change manager, or even the business lead.
I don’t think that’s enough any longer.
If we want our projects to be truly successful, and get the business value we know they can deliver, project managers have to get involved in the issue of supporting change management. That’s where this book comes in.
Communicating Change will be perfect for you if:
- You are responsible for change management on your project, whether that’s part of your job description or not
- You want to get you and your project noticed by being an awesome communicator and ensuring stakeholder support
- You know you have to tell the right people the right thing at the right time but you don’t know where to start.
The book is 65 pages and includes 5 sections:
- How Change Makes People Feel
- The Foundations for Communicating Change
- Thinking About Audiences
- Planning Your Communication
- Deliver and Evaluate
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