Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to inform information and communication design (ICD) for multi-national projects through the presentation of an example that does not rely on expensive expertise in graphic design. Design/methodology/approach – Action research involving participants from five different sectors. Findings – Successful ICD is not necessarily dependent upon costly graphic design of elaborate explanatory methods such as storyboards. Research limitations/implications – The action research involved participants from only five differect sectors. Practical implications – Economical ICD can facilitate development of understanding among multi-sector multi-national project participants. Originality/value – The originality of this research note is that it addresses recent developments in ICD. The value of this research note is that an example is provided of application in a multi-sector multi-national project.
International Journal of Managing Projects in Business – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 2015