PRO 3002 Pam Soderholm Welcome To Class! A Message Being Translated By The Receiver Back Into Meaningful Thoughts is Called What? Decoding QUALITY According to the PMBOK® Project Communications Management Includes… Processes That Are Required To Ensure Timely and Appropriate Planning, Collection, Creation, and the Ultimate Disposition of Project Information. If a Project Has 10 Stakeholders, How Many Possible Communication Channels Are There? A) 90 B) 45 C) 100 D) 50 “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” - George Bernard Shaw Changes to Project Scope, Budget Updates, and Scheduling Issues Can All Be Included in a Status Report TRUE or FALSE What is PMI’s Definition of a Project? A Temporary Endeavor Undertaken to Create a Unique Product, Service, or Result. Plan Communications Management is defined as: The Process of Developing an Appropriate Approach and Plan for Project Communications Based on Stakeholder’s Information Needs and Requirements, and Organizational Assets. The Various Factors That Can Compromise The Transmission of a Message Are Known as: A) Signal Drop B) Interception C) Fuzz D) Noise What is PMI’s Definition of Project Management? The Application of Knowledge, Skills, Tools, and Techniques to Project Activities to Meet The Project Requirements. “Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense.” - Gertrude Stein, Writer and Poet Which Process Monitors Communications Throughout the Entire Project Life Cycle? Control Communications The Formula Used To Calculate The Number of Communication Channels is: n (n – 1) / 2 Note: “n” represents the number of stakeholders involved in the project.