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Rework and the cost of ineffective communication
Hosted by: Amy Hatton, Associate Editor, PM Today

Guest Speaker: Liam Jones, Mail Manager (part of the Arup Group)

Wednesday 6th October, 13.00 BST

How often have you faced costly, contentious project reworks because of siloed or ineffective communication?

You’re not alone…

According to Geneca, 80% of project professionals spend at least half their time on rework, whilst poor communication costs companies on average $62 million per year! And, in the new world of remote working, the risk becomes even greater.

A staggering 319 billion emails are sent and received globally every day, and email is still the most used tool for collaborating on projects. But everyone manages their inbox differently. The risk of derailing project delivery through ineffective email management is a truly business-critical one.

Reworks don’t just cost time and money. Poor communication leads to stakeholder confusion, delayed decision making, PMO frustration, and an increasing communication chasm between PMOs, project sponsors and executive teams.

Grab some lunch (or breakfast!) and join us for a lively, interactive lunchtime webinar full of insights, strategies, and practical takeaways to help you:

• Reduce reworks with efficient communication and collaboration from day one.
• Improve key stakeholder engagement and decision making.
• Eliminate communication blockers to project delivery.
• Protect commercially sensitive information across mailboxes.
• Close the communication chasm between project teams, the PMO and senior executives.

Plus…a live Q&A, your chance to quiz Amy and Liam on your communication pain points and how to solve them!

If you aren't available to join the live session, we recommend that you register anyway so that we can send you a recording after the event.

We hope to see you there!

Oct 6, 2021 01:00 PM in London

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