To achieve the best possible outcome of the assignment, it is important to make sure that the plan is clearly and thoroughly outlined so that plan can be well demonstrated to those who are meant to understand it well to carry out the assignment they are assigned for. Hence by this the plan can be well deliberated and focussed (Roman K, 2007). Effective project communication management includes timely and appropriate generation, collection, dissemination, storage and ultimate disposition of project management (Mehta A, 2001). A project communication plan can be defined as the written strategy guiding towards the right information and its distribution amongst the stakeholders at the right time to achieve the targets of the project. The perfect communication management plan also consists of a communication formats to be used in the project and the written schedule to be followed throughout ongoing project till end. Well designed communication plan do not neglect the changes that are likely to occur and hence pre-prepare for the updates as needed during the process. Three major criteria of communications are managed and those include: communication within the team, communication with upper management and customers and communication with the other players. Therefore it is important while making the communication plan to identify that what kind of information will be given to which stakeholders Schwalbe K (2004). This is the responsibility of the project manager to deliver the knowledge and the information related to the team members in the way they find it easy to understand and adopt, motivate and encourage them at every step and provide them with clear idea of the expected achievement through reports and benchmarks to track the progress.