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The eight elements of communication are source, message, encoding, channel, decoding, receiver, feedback and context. This model was developed by communication theorists Claude Shannon, Wilbur Lang Schramm and Robert Cra... More »

A sender, a receiver, a channel, encoding and feedback are essential elements of the communication process. Effective communication is essential to business success and should be clear and relevant. More »

The seven basic elements of communication are sender, medium, channel, receiver, feedback, context and noise. The actual names of the elements may vary, but the meaning of the terms are the same. More »

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The seven basic elements of communication are sender, medium, channel, receiver, feedback, context and noise. The actual names of the elements may vary, but the meaning of the terms are the same. More »

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A sender, a receiver, a channel, encoding and feedback are essential elements of the communication process. Effective communication is essential to business success and should be clear and relevant. More »