Essay on Dia Communication Plan

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DIA Communication Plan
Project Communications 330
Professor O’ Kelly
By Mark Salzmann












TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. OVERVIEW-………………………………………………………...Page 3
II. VISION-……………………………………………………………..Page 3
III. PURPOSE-………………………………………………………....Page 3
IV. OBJECTIVES- ……………………………………………………Page 4
V. STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS-…………………………………...Pages 4-7
VI. RISK ANALYSIS ITEMS AND IDENTIFIED COMMUNICATION SENSITIVITIES-………………………………………………………Pages 7-9
VII. COMMUNICATION STRATEGY WITH CONFIRMED SENSITIVITIES-………………………………………………………Pages 9-17
VIII. COMMUNICATION RECOMMENDATION STRATEGY....Pages 17-20













I. OVERVIEW
The significance of this communication plan is to serve as a recorded document to bridge together
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Project delays or communication distortions will result in loss of profits - + - Time bomb


The stakeholder analysis is, “Any person or party with an interest in the outcome of the project and an ability to exert influence,” Glossary (D. Hillson & P. Simon, 2007). Furthermore, a stakeholder analysis maps out the attitudes, positions, and interests concerning those agencies which identifies with the responsible individuals that are for or against the project, and for those individuals having no defining position for or against the project.
The position of each stakeholder influences the project in more than one way depending on their respective position and authority of control. Starting with the owner, DIA, we clearly see that the owner is for the project to succeed and as such, seeks to take an extensive opportunistic stance along with a most determined, gratified attitude, and a motivated interest for Denver International Airport to become a benchmark for other airports to follow. The project sponsors are the cheerleaders supporting this disposition for DIA to be successful so that everyone has an airport that supports all incoming and outgoing passenger traffic, along with cargo flights for the city of Denver and surrounding communities. The project sponsors consist of the mayor, city, and county officials and the majority of Denver voters whom for most part support the airport’s decision for the project to…

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