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Vertical communication in an organization is communication that flows up and down through the organization's hierarchical structure, from the general workforce up through middle management and higher management and back ...

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An example of a vertical merger is when a car manufacturer acquires a tire manufacturer. Another instance of vertical merger is when a company that manufactures shoes merges with a company that produces leather.

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A vertical merger involves companies at different stages of production, and recent examples of such mergers include the 2008 acquisition of Tele Atlas by its fellow Dutch firm, TomTom and the merger between Google and Do...

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

Formal communication networks facilitate official communication within any organization. Informal communication networks are characterized by unofficial and unpredictable communication. Both networks may include small or...

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External communication includes messages from an organization to stakeholders outside the company, via such media as television, radio, print and digital tools. The goal is to build awareness and promote products to pote...

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The effects of poor communication in an organization include the suffering of employee morale, overall innovation and levels of efficiency. Communication in some ways represents the lifeblood of an organization, and when...

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Business communication refers to how information is shared between employees at a company for the commercial benefit of that organization. It can also refer to the way a business communicates with its consumers by advert...

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