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CommunicationsManagement PlanPPM Version 2.0 Project or Solution Name U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Month, Year PPM Version 2.0 January 2014

Communications Management PlanSolution InformationInformationSolution Name Solution Name Solution Acronym Solution Acronym Project Cost Accounting System(PCAS) Identifier PCAS Identifier Document Owner Owner Name Primary Segment Sponsor Segment Sponsor Name Version/Release Number Version/Release Number Document History Provide information on how the development and distribution of the Communications ManagementPlan is controlled and tracked. Use the table below to provide the release number, date, author, and abrief description of the reason for creating the revised version. Release No.DatePPM Version 2.0 January 2014AuthorRevision DescriptionPage i

Communications Management PlanContentsSolution Information . iDocument History . iContents . ii1.Background. 32.Situation Analysis . 43.Stakeholder Identification and Analysis . 53.1Stakeholders and Goals. 53.1.1 Stakeholder Group 1 . 53.1.2 Stakeholder Group 2 . 53.1.3 Stakeholder Group 3 . 63.2Stakeholder Requirements . 64.Key Messages . 75.Communications Vehicles . 86.5.1Communications Matrix. 85.2Project Meetings . 9Feedback Measures. 116.1.1Success Criteria . 11Appendix A: Assumptions & Risks. 12Appendix B: References . 13Appendix C: Key Terms . 14PPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page ii

Communications Management Plan1.Background Describe the context in which this Communications Management Plan has been created. The context isimportant as it “sets the scene” for the plan and helps get buy-in from stakeholders. Set the scene for theCommunications Management Plan by describing the: Vision, goals and objectives.Timeframes and scope.Reasons for requiring communications planning.Desired outcome of the communications planning process. PPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page 3

Communications Management Plan2.Situation Analysis Describe the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) that exist in thecommunications environment.Examples: Strengths: The Project Name team has clearly identified the type of information that peopleneed to receive and the timeframe in which it should be delivered. Weaknesses: the Project Name team needs to improve the frequency that information isdistributed, or make the information more selective to the target audience. Opportunities: The Project Name team has the opportunity to improve project awarenessand stakeholder knowledge by using existing events and meetings. Threats: Threats which may exist can include; competing projects and/or initiatives,information overload, limited outreach to the field.It is important to clearly identify all strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in order to providea complete picture of the environment in which the communications plan will be issued. PPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page 4

Communications Management Plan3.Stakeholder Identification and Analysis3.1 Stakeholders and GoalsProject communications are the primary tool for promoting cooperation, participation, coordination andan understanding of acceptance between all stakeholders. Project Name has # primary stakeholdergroups and has specific communications goals for each. Example:A project may have the following target audiences: 3.1.1Integrated project team membersRelated project teamsSenior executivesBusiness area leadershipIT systems securityGovernance and regulatory bodies Stakeholder Group 1 This would include members; such as, customers, representatives of key interest groups, including thosegroups that represent the organization's customers and interested members of the public. Provide a brief description of the stakeholder group, and its involvement with the project/system. Goals: Inform the Stakeholder Group 1 about the benefits which Project Name will provide tothem. Secure timely Stakeholder Group 1 participation in the definition of common businessfunctions that will be integrated into Project Name design and development. Participate in the communications feedback loop, by providing comments back to themessenger based on the message received.Objectives: Promote the Stakeholder Group 1 participation in the integrated system name system. Leverage the Stakeholder Group 1 as advocates for public understanding, support, andfunding. Review all tactical documents to ensure that they meet “plain language” criteria.3.1.2 Stakeholder Group 2 This would include members such as Sponsors. Provide a brief description of stakeholder group, and their involvement with the project/system. PPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page 5

Communications Management PlanGoals: Inform and secure commitment from Stakeholder Group 2 to support and participate in Project Name . Support Stakeholder Group 2 so they may fully utilize the functions of Project Name in theirkey business processes.Objectives: Stakeholder Group 2 participate in Project Name by FY 20xx or specific date , withappropriate resources, program management, and policies to support their participation. Develop communications messages, materials and activities that respond to the needs of Stakeholder Group 2 . Evaluate the Communications Management Plan by measuring customer satisfaction.3.1.3 Stakeholder Group 3 This would include members; such as, congressional members and staff of relevant appropriations,authorizing, and oversight committees; representatives of central management and oversight entitiessuch as the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Provide a brief description of stakeholder group, and their involvement with the project/system. Goal: Inform Stakeholder Group 3 oversight organizations on the need for Project Name , itsscope, and progress of implementation.Objectives: Create a sense of urgency in the Stakeholder Group 3 community for timely development andimplementation. Leverage stakeholders as providers of strategic direction and advocates for funding, publicunderstanding, and public support. Report progress to the planning group and Stakeholder Group 3 .3.2 Stakeholder Requirements Identify the information that each of the identified stakeholder groups need to receive. List eachstakeholder in the table below and then describe the information that they need to receive and thetimeframe (frequency) in which they need to receive it. Stakeholder Group Project Sponsor Information Status Reports and Internal Project Status Meeting. Critical risks and issues. Budget and timeline performance. PPM Version 2.0 January 2014Timeframe Monthly Page 6

Communications Management Plan4.Key Messages Identify any key messages that are critical to the success of the project, gain buy-in, support andengage stakeholders. These key messages will be woven into the communications materials and eventsthat are being scheduled as part of the communications planning process. PPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page 7

Communications Management Plan5.Communications Vehicles5.1 Communications MatrixThe Communications Action Matrix is used to define details regarding the communications activities thatare used during the course of the project. The matrix is developed and maintained by the projectmanager, or a member of the integrated project team (IPT). The IPT develops a “matrix” ofcommunications activities around each project milestone. This matrix would include detailed activitiessuch as: Designate “owners” responsible for communications products and activities for each projectmilestone. Define the resources required for these efforts in terms of personnel and budget, and wherethe personnel and budget would be obtained. Provide a list of key messages and benefits statements, with an assigned message “owner”as a central point of contact. Identify processes for vetting communications messages and products. List priority customer groups targeted for participation in the project, including: oThe policy level contact to be approached at each organization. This person shouldbe empowered to make decisions regarding participation in and ongoingcommitment to the project.oThe schedule for approaching each.oThe designated spokesperson from the project tasked with developing therelationship with each targeted group.List contacts from current (legacy) system users, indicating:oA determination whether they are the appropriate representatives to carrycommunications and change management messages into their environment.oIf the current contacts are not the appropriate person, such contacts should beidentified and included in planning.Examples of communication vehicles include: BlogNewslettersEmailStaff/team meetingsPostersEmployee all-handsIntranet siteSpecial eventsVideo presentationsPPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page 8

Communications Management PlanA sample communications action matrix is provided in Table 1 below. Additional rows should be added tothe matrix as required by your project. Insert the communications matrix or provide a reference to where it is stored. Vehicle StatusReport Target AllStakeholders DescriptionPurposeFrequencyOwner One pagecommunication of projectprogress anddeliverablestatus Weekly JoeSmith DistributionVehicle Email Internal/ExternalComments Internal comments Table 1: Sample Communications Action Matrix5.2Project MeetingsBelow are suggested guidelines for all meetings:Meeting Agenda Meeting Agenda will be distributed 5 business days in advance of the meeting. The Agendashould identify the presenter for each topic along with a time limit for that topic. The first itemin the agenda should be a review of action items from the previous meeting.Meeting Minutes Meeting minutes will be distributed within 2 business days following the meeting. Meetingminutes will include the status of all items from the agenda along with new action items and theParking Lot list.Action Items Action Items are recorded in both the meeting agenda and minutes. Action items will includeboth the action item along with the owner of the action item. Meetings will start with a reviewof the status of all action items from previous meetings and end with a review of all new actionitems resulting from the meeting. The review of the new action items will include identifyingthe owner for each action item.Meeting Chair Person The Chair Person is responsible for distributing the meeting agenda, facilitating the meeting anddistributing the meeting minutes. The Chair Person will ensure that the meeting starts and endson time and that all presenters adhere to their allocated time frames.Note Taker The Note Taker is responsible for documenting the status of all meeting items, maintaining aParking Lot item list and taking notes of anything else of importance during the meeting. ThePPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page 9

Communications Management PlanNote Taker will give a copy of their notes to the Chair Person at the end of the meeting and theChair Person will use the notes to create the Meeting Minutes.Parking LotThe Parking Lot list is used to record and defer items which aren’t on the meeting agenda; however,merit further discussion at a later time or through another forum. A parking lot record should identify anowner for the item as that person will be responsible for ensuring follow-up. The Parking Lot list is to beincluded in the meeting minutes. Use Table 2 below to construct a project meeting schedule or provide a reference to where it is stored. Meeting StatusMeeting DescriptionPurpose Communication ofproject progress anddeliverable status Frequency Weekly Internal/ExternalOwner Joe Smith Internal Comments/Participants comments Table 2: Sample Project Meeting SchedulePPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page 10

Communications Management Plan6.Feedback Measures Describe the measures that will be put in place, or identify existing tools, to gather feedback oncommunication events that have been laid out in the communication plan.Some examples include: Web-based survey resultsWebsite analyticsFeedback formsParticipation in events 6.1.1 Success Criteria Identify the criteria that determine whether the communication activity was successful. Some examplesinclude: % and types of messages received,% of communication remembered.Were messages seen as relevant, consistent, and credible?Were the messages understood?Do stakeholders understand exactly what needs to happen as a result of the communication? PPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page 11

Communications Management PlanAppendix A: Assumptions & RisksAssumptions List any planning assumptions made during the creation of this Communication Management Plan. Forexample, it may be assumed that: There are adequate resources available to complete the assigned tasks. The timeframes listed in the communication schedule are satisfactory. The required budget is available to complete the tasks needed. Risks List any risks identified during the creation of this Communication Management Plan. For example: Key communication resources leave during the project. The requirements for communication change/evolve during the project due to project timeline,budget, or scope changes. The list of project stakeholders changes throughout the project. PPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page 12

Communications Management PlanAppendix B: References Insert the name, version number, description, and physical location of any documents referenced in thisdocument. Add rows to the table as necessary. Table 3 below summarizes the documents referenced in this document.Document Name Document Name andVersion Number Description Document description Location URL to where document is located Table 3 - Appendix A: ReferencesPPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page 13

Communications Management PlanAppendix C: Key TermsTable 4 below provides definitions and explanations for terms and acronyms relevant to the contentpresented within this document.Term[Insert Term]Definition Provide definition of term and acronyms used in this document. Table 4 - Appendix B: Key TermsPPM Version 2.0 January 2014Page 14

Communications Management Plan PPM Version 2.0 January 2014 Page 8 5. Communications Vehicles 5.1 Communications Matrix The Communications Action Matrix is used to define details regarding the communications activities that are used during the course of the project. The matrix is developed and maintained by the project

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