Communication management is a subject group included in the ISO 21500 International Project Management Standard.
- 1 What is project communication management?
- 2 Communication management initiating processes
- 3 Communication management planning processes
- 4 Communication management implementing processes
- 5 Communication management controlling processes
- 6 Communication management closing processes
What is project communication management?
The project communication management subject group includes the processes required to plan, manage and distribute information relevant to the project.
Communication management initiating processes
There isn’t any communication management process in the initiating phase of a project, according to ISO 21500.
Communication management planning processes
Plan Communications is the first communication management process, and it is performed in the planning phase of a project.
The main objective of the Plan Communications process is to establish the project stakeholder needs with regards to the information required along the project.
All projects require communication of information, the way we do this is should be organized following proven methods.
Communication management implementing processes
Distribute Information is the second communication management process. It is performed in the planning phase of a project.
Communication management controlling processes
Manage Communications is the third communication management process. It is performed in the controlling phase of a project.
Communication management closing processes
Again, there isn’t any communication management process in the closing phase of a project.