Lost in Translation: How to Communicate Up and Down to Deliver on Strategic Objectives
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In this paper, we'll look at some of the challenges heads of PMOs and other project managers need to overcome to deliver against their company's strategic objectives. In order to prevent project failures, it's important to ensure tactical progress is communicated up to executives and that strategy is shared with the tactical players.
Lost in Translation: How to Communicate Up and Down to Deliver on Strategic Objectives discusses:
- How communicating up and down is crucial to strategy execution but it's not always easy
- Learning to tailor your communication style to best align with your audience
- How cultural challenges can lead to poor communication during a project
Communicating effectively isn't easy. In fact, it's one of the universal issues that companies regularly cite as a top challenge. And, no matter how much domain expertise you or your project managers may have, unless you've had the training and coaching necessary to best communicate up and down, being effective in your position can be a significant challenge.