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ERIC Number: ED039627
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-May
Pages: 172
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Briefing as a Method for Communicating Reports to Project Management: A Thesis.
Gore, Jeffrey Booth
This thesis describes and discusses briefing as an efficient method for communicating reports to project management. Briefing is an oral form of communicating specific objectives, tasks, or information with accuracy, brevity, and clarity. In a small case study of Air Force briefing use, the types of briefings were divided according to the direction of flow within the hierarchy--i.e., vertical, horizontal, or radial--and applied to a communication model. Aspects of briefing discussed include the briefer, the project manager, the channel, and the message. Discussion was oriented on how the briefer could organize and plan his briefing accurately. The study concludes that briefing can provide project management with a form of receiving reports that will help maintain a project on schedule and minimize problems. (Author/MLF)
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Authoring Institution: Ohio State Univ., Columbus.