Project Management 5. Identify the Project Team and Members’ Responsibilities

As the last part of planning the project, you need to identify all of the people who will be assigned to working on it. In some instances, the people have already been assisting with the project in the design phase, but at this point, you clarify their roles.

Two types of roles exist on an instructional design or technical communication project: sponsor roles and technical communication roles. One of your challenges as an instructional designer or technical communicator is blending the people and their roles into an effective work team.

The next several sections describe the various sponsor and instructional design or technical communication roles, and offer suggestions for fostering a successful work team.

Continue with the next post:  Project Management 5a. Sponsor Roles.

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