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Chapter 23. Project Management > 5. Team Presentations

5. Team Presentations

To ensure that your solutions are understood, adjusted, and supported, you need to get skilled at giving interim reports to stakeholders. To get your decisions approved, you must make convincing formal presentations. If you want your improvements to stick, you need to conduct group training sessions.

Possible Situations Possible Audiences
Negotiating direction and plans Team sponsor
Asking for resources and support Management team
Collecting data and getting feedback Customers
Summarizing progress at key milestones Suppliers
Solving obstacles in the team’s way Other employees
Training others on findings Industry/community groups
Making final reports All the above stakeholders



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