Both formal and informal communication are ways people interact, both on personal and professional levels. Typically, informal communication is not considered as reliable as formal communication, but makes day-to-day int... More »

Formal communication is the art of conveying messages either written or unwritten in a serious manner, while informal communication is the passing of messages casually or in a relaxed manner. While informal communication... More »

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... More »

Organizational behavior refers to analysis of the ways in which individuals and groups interact in a work setting and the way one organization behaves in interacting with others. Organizational culture, or the shared nor... More »

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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... 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 »