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Communication:

Communication Communication begins when one person sends a message to another with the intent of evoking a response. Effective communication occurs when the receiver interprets the message exactly as the sender intended. Effective communication is essential for the functioning of any organization. Managers need to transmit orders and policies, build cooperation and team spirit, and identify problems and their solutions.

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Communication The Communication Process The main components communication are the sender, the receiver, the message and the channel. The communication process includes the sequential steps of encoding, transmission and decoding.

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Communication The Communication Process Encoding: The sender desires to communicate to the receiver some idea, feeling, or intention. Encoding is translating the information into a format that will get the idea across. The result is the message, which now is ready for transmission to one or more of the receiver's senses through speaking writing, gesturing, or touching.

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Communication The Communication Process Transmission Channels: The channel is the medium through which the message is transmitted. Oral/verbal communication takes place in speeches, meetings, phone calls, or informal discussions. Nonverbal communication is the communication without words.

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Communication The Communication Process Decoding: Communication does not take place if the receiver's senses fail to perceive the sender's message. Decoding is the receiver function of perceiving communication stimuli and interpreting their meaning.

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Communication The Communication Process Noise: Noise is anything that interferes, at any stage, with the communication process. The success of the communications process depends to a large degree on over-coming various sources of noise.

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Communication How are Communication Channels Used in Organizations? Formal Communication Channels Downward Communication: Upward Communication Horizontal Communication Informal Communication Channels The Grapevine

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Communication Communication Networks Pattern and direction of communication flows have important consequences for both task accomplishment and personal satisfaction. The chain network typifies the organization with a strong. vertical hierarchy, where information travels only upward and downward. People communicate only with their immediate superior and subordinate.

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Communication Communication Networks The effectiveness of the communication networks varies according to the task. The centralised wheel-type formation provides more efficient and accurate problem solving of simple and routine tasks .

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