Communication Networks in Business Settings
AbstractCommunication is an integral part of business settings since each functional area of a business organization depends on communication. Although such independent functions as marketing, production, finance, receive indications and instructions from corporate ideals as transposed into objectives, communication offers the necessary “cohesive element” that enables departments to function harmoniously and successfully. Employees at all levels need to be skillful communicators in order for a company to be effective by twenty-first century standards. Effective communication is a prerequisite for the good management of organizational strategies and behavior. Ineffective communication is detrimental for organizations since it can lead to poor performance, unsuitable interpersonal relations and high levels of stress.
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communication networks; communication channel; sender; receiver; upward/downward/horizontal communication;
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