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A: FAQ is an acronym for "frequently asked questions."
 
All downloads and pages are now available for your use.
We just have migrated to utilize the Microsoft 365 offerings.
To make this web site more useful to you, we will be converting it to utilize 7-D eCommunication Concepts.
Until then this site is a static Web 1.0 level presentation.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.

 
A: A 7-D eCommunication is a Plan Communications Tool and Technique used to impact the Project Stakeholders’ 7 Dimensions of Physical Interfaces, 7 Dimensions of Intellectual Interfaces, and 7 Dimensions of Human Spirit Interfaces in order to communicate information in an effective and efficient manner. Examples of 7-D eCommu-nication Tools include: eMail, eAudio, eVideo, eBook, and eWebCast.

 
A: The Article defines the concept of 7-D eCommunication and explains all 21 Human Interfaces, gives examples, provides a useful Template Tool, and challenges the reader with an Exercise to create a 7-D eCommunication in order to apply the principles learned to impact Stakeholders.

 
A: To achieve this goal, you can use 7 Dimensional eCommunications (7-D eCommunications). They have the capability to impact Project Stakeholders’ 7 Dimensions of Physical Interfaces, 7 Dimensions of Intellectual Interfaces, and 7 Dimensions of Human Spirit Interfaces. The more Dimensions of Stakeholders’ Human Interfaces that are impacted, the more likely the recipients will focus on the communication, view it as a priority, remember it, think about it, acknowledge it, share it with others, send feedback, and take action.

 
A: Usually, even before primary school we formally learned about our 5 senses, thinking and telling each other things – so I guess that’s when we discovered our Physical Interfaces which are the basis of this 7-Dimensional Communications Concept. Soon after we learned to listen, watch, discern, receive, seek, learn, and reveal our thoughts using our Intellectual Interfaces. Some began to learn the Human Spirit Interfaces, as I did, through their religious scriptures and Bible, such as, Isaiah 11: v. 1-3, which many call the “7 Gifts of the Holy Spirit of God.” The Gospel Books also discuss these Interfaces. Others believe Human Spirit Interfaces to be intellectual extensions only, and of human origin, hence the name.
 
Some believe there are more than 5 physical senses, and more intellectual and spiritual interfaces than proposed in this concept. However, this concept of 7-Dimensional eCommunications impacting the three groups of our human interfaces effectively and efficiently appears more intuitive to our daily living and work and simpler to understand and apply.

 
A:To engage them completely and to focus their attention on your message in spite of competing priorities.
To help them quickly understand a complex message or idea – physically, intellectually, and spiritually.
To encourage them to comment, to give feedback, to act, and to share their ideas and feelings.
To communicate important Project information effectively and efficiently by impacting as many Human Interfaces of your Stakeholders as possible so they can buy into the Project’s successful outcome.