Introducing the project bulletin
At Oriel Square our work ranges from delivering large publishing projects, to conducting research, facilitating events and delivering training courses. We use a project bulletin to keep clients, managers, team members and stakeholders updated for almost all our projects.
Now more than ever, making sure that everyone is on the same page is key to successful delivery. That’s why – as an essential item in the Oriel Square toolkit – we’ve decided to share our bulletin template with you. With Zoom fatigue setting in, we hope this template will help streamline your project management processes and cut back meeting time!
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Except on the smallest projects, the bulletin doesn’t replace the more formal documentation: schedules, risk and issue logs and so on, but it gives an easy way to get a quick insight into the project for somebody who is new to it. It also makes a record of any risks or issues that need to be actioned, ensuring that nothing slips through the cracks and risks are always identified at an early stage.
Even better, because it presents all the current headlines and key points concisely, it can be used as the agenda of a client progress meeting: we circulate the latest bulletin shortly before each meeting on a weekly or fortnightly basis. Depending on the project, we add sections for meeting notes or actions, next steps or completed tasks.
Whether you’re looking to save time on project updates, streamline your communications or document project status and risks with more clarity and less paperwork, our project bulletin template can help!
Here’s a sneak preview…
If you are interested in finding out more about how Oriel Square can help you develop and improve your publishing process, get in touch with us here.