Communication in a business is pivotal for any organizational policy or program to succeed. Two-way communication, through channels such as meetings and print and electronic communications, builds an organizational cultu... More »

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... More »

Communication within an organization is important in the areas of customer service resolution, producing marketing campaigns and fostering relationships between coworkers, according to the Chron Small Business. Organizat... More »

Hansen Communication Lab developed the concept of the five C's of communication, which are the following: articulate clearly; speak correctly; be considerate; give compliments; and have confidence. The five C's of commun... More »

Communication strengths vary depending on the method of communication; spoken communication strengths include the ability to persuade and negotiate while written communication skills include the ability to write clearly ... More »

The process for writing an internal communication plan includes identifying the most effective ways for employees to share information, defining a clear method for disseminating specific types of documents, and creating ... More »

Horizontal communication refers to the interaction among people within the same level of hierarchical structure in organizations. Horizontal communication includes the relay of information between and among individuals, ... More »