Internal Communication

Internal Communication

Internal communication is the process of exchanging information among the people of different level or internal participants within the organization. On the other hand, external communication is an informal exchange of information and messages between an organization and other organizations,...
Internal communication is a network of information flow system that bids the organization together in relational bondage. Internal communication refers to the internal participants of an organization. The main purpose of internal communication is to ensure smooth functioning of...
Internal communication is the life blood of any organization. Both internal and external communication is equally important to control the day to day operations of an organization. The importance of internal communication can be stated as follows: Advantages of Internal...
A number of means can be used to communicate internally. The media should be chosen according to the nature of the information. The most commonly used forms are as follows: Memo or memorandum: Memorandum or memos are an...
When an organization communication occurs by following the prescribed or official or predetermined rules, policy and regulation of the organization is called formal communication. Formal communication is governed by the established chain of command. Internal information exchanged form one...