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To create a Communication Plan based on the Denver Airport Project.
The template for the Communications Plan is located in Doc Sharing. Based on the information you learned about the project, develop a recommended Communication Plan for the project.
The Case Study can be found in the DeVry online library, Books 24×7. The name of the book is Advanced Project Management by Harold Kerzner. It is Case 23, Denver International Airport. Click here for detailed instructions on accessing our library for this case.
Fill out the template in its entirety.
Use the information you gather to answer the Week 3 Checkpoint (which uses the same case study) to help you begin your plan.
Do not wait until the last minute to read the Case Study. You need to work a little on the document each week, and follow the suggested milestones for completion.
There are several books in the DeVry online library on project management that can be a source of reference for helping you determine the information that should be included in the plan.
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