Communicating the information to staff can take the
form a 'briefing document' combined with responsible for managing the project.
The briefing would include a 10-15 minute presentation usually with three to
five main points in which the subject is presented to staff members.
larger practices, each of the people attending a management briefing provides
a similar briefing to their own staff and reports back to the management team
the outcome of discussions.
- The briefing notes
- what the changes are
- how people will be
- how operations will be affected
- how long the
project will take to complete.
At the end of the briefing,
all attendees are asked for any questions and following any answering of
questions, all attendees are asked for comments.
Agreed actions arising
from the discussion are recorded for implementation.
life of the project, staff are kept informed on a regular basis. As milestones
are achieved, you may wish to celebrate these amongst the team.
will also be required to provide practice principals with regular reports
around the project and these would include time, personnel, equipment and