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Communication 2.3

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Brian Cleary

on 19 March 2014

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Transcript of Communication 2.3

Written Communication
Letters
Memo
Reports
Notices
Executive Summaries
Abstract
Research Proposals
Oral Communication
Advantages:
Cheap
Questions can be asked
Quick
Can be tested in interviews
Body language and tone of voice can be analyzed

Disadvantage
No permanent record
Information may be incomplete
Lacks confidentiality
Time consuming if group meetings

Communication 2.3
Definition?
Who?
Purpose?
Types?
Example?
Communication Channels
Informal Communication
Grapevine communication
Fosters sense of belonging and social needs
Security & support
Idea generation and problem solving
Visual Communication
Communication 2.3
Construct a critical thinking conclusion in response to effectiveness of oral communication


Provide three example of oral communication in a business
Objectives
Peer assessment homework question.
Analyze theorist .
Group work review.
Formal Communication
Official channels of communication
Directly related to work matters
Open channels - non confidential information
Restricted channels - confidential
Easy to understand
Quicker than words
Visual learners
Bigger impact - marketing
Factors influencing communication methods:
Personal preferences
Organizational structure
Security
Skills and training
easy of use
Size of business
Storage issues
Location
Urgency

Barriers to effective communication
High costs
Technological breakdowns
Language
Accents
Jargon
Cultural ignorance
Technophobia
Geographical location
Internal politics
Poor presentation skills
Negative body language
Chineses whispers
Physiological barriers
Consequences of poor communication:
Low morale
Errors & waste
Loss of competitiveness
Lack of control

Solution?
Communication Networks:
The wheel network - e.g. newspaper
The chain network - e.g army
The Y - chain network - e.g. school
The circle network - e.g delayed org
All channel network -e.g matrix
Compare and contrast the difference between centralized and decentralized communication networks. ( 6 marks)
Objectives
Improve speed, access & accuracy
Wider audience
Improve motivation and productivity

Drawbacks
Cost
Security
Change management
Theorist

Albert Mehrabian 3 V's
Visual - 55% i.e body language and facial expression
Vocal Liking - 38% tone, enthusiasm or sarcasm
Verbal Liking - 7 % actual words spoken
Communication and Strategy
Communication 2.3
Oral Communication - E.g. - Adv & Disadv
Written - E.g - Adv & Disadv
Visual - E.g - Adv & Disadv
Formal Vs Informal
Factors that influence methods of communication
Barriers
Consequences of poor communication
Strategies to improve communication
Communication Networks - e.g.
Theorist
Two TOK questions
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