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Types of Communication

Types of Communication

Although organizations extensively use downward communication, effectiveness and success of this communication are hindered by some factors. These factors are discussed below: Incompleteness Sometimes it is observed that executives send message to their subordinates without any explanation and clarification. As a...
Cross-cultural communication has become essential to communicate with multi-cultural people. The following guidelines will help global managers to communicate effectively across cultures: Improving feedback system: One of the most important ways of improving the effectiveness of cross-cultural communication is to...
What is verbal communication? When messages or information is exchanged or communicated through words is called verbal communication. Verbal communication may be two types: written and oral communication. Verbal communication takes place through face-to-face conversations, group discussions, counseling, interview, radio,...
Mass communication is a process of transmitting message to a large number of scattered audiences. Through mass communication, information can be transmitted quickly to a large number of people who generally stay far away from the sources of information....
Downward communication is the communication where information or messages flows from the top of the organizational structure from the bottom of the organizational structure. Downward communication occurs when information flows down the hierarch form superiors to subordinates. This type...