Can You Write Five Advantages Of Effective Communication Systems On An Organization?


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Rebecca Hunt Profile
Rebecca Hunt answered
The following are five advantages to effective communication systems in an organisation.
1.  Offering an effective way to communicate in any business will offer better organisation and therefore fewer conflicts within the company.
2.  Better communication skills will mean the individual will have an easier understanding of others in the company and thus this individual can also help others communicate, sometimes improving the morale of those on the team.
3.  A leader that can effectively communicate via various systems will be able to reach company goals much quicker. There will also be less confusion from management down to the lower levels.
4.  Lower management is also able to communicate better with an effective system to those in upper management. It will mean that ideas reach the people that matter in order to gain a better operating system within an organisation.
5.  Effective communication systems in any organisation will help with innovation and creativity. More individuals will be able to share their ideas. Furthermore, these ideas will reach those that are in a seat of importance.

The above are just five advantages to having a good communication system in a business. Other options include the ability to concisely and clearly express oneself through listening, forming interpersonal relations, and motivation. The communications systems most companies have are there because they are effective. When an effective system has one or more bad sectors it can cause rifts in the working order. This means the communication will stop working effectively causing further problems for the organisation.

Many believe that a system within an organisation has to promote individuality in order to get the most from employees based on what they might have to offer. Communication is all about reaching goals and solving problems within an organisation.
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Ellie Hoe answered
The advantages of effective communication in an organization are:

1) The effective communication leads to lesser organizational conflicts which adds to the productivity of the organization and enhances team spirit. 2) The individual who is effective in communication skills can prosper easily and can raise the morale of the other individuals by promoting same characteristics. 3) Effective communication in terms of 'downward communication' means that leader's policies and missions are easily understood by the lower and middle management which means that organization as a whole will achieve its goals effectively. 4) Effective communication in terms of 'upward communication' means that people in the lower management can communicate their problems and their new ideas effectively to their supervisors and managers which results in increased employee satisfaction. 5) Effective communication systems in organization help in developing participative culture which fosters innovation in the organization.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
To express yourselves clearly and concisely
Listen attentively
Establish sound interpersonal relations
Motivates employees
To tackle problems logically in order to solve them
Prevent and handle conflict situations
Ensure effective teamwork
Increase productivity
Negotiate deals
Promote good public images
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d ds answered
There are various advantages of the communication process in an organization. Organizations generally consist of more than one worker, who work together to achieve the goals of the organization and this would not have been possible without the communication. It results in an exchange of ideas and in this way new ideas can be recognized that may be very beneficial for the organization. Through this process information from the top of the hierarchy about how to do the work is transmitted down to the workers. The lower level workers also transmit their ideas upward when they have open channels of communication available to them. Employees feel wanted in the organization when they can transmit their ideas as it gives the signal that their ideas are also valued. It makes the work environment much more comfortable as people can share their thoughts with each other. It helps in removing confusion between people therefore curbing conflicts at an early stage. If conflicts do develop they are solved using this communication process as a tool. Even when an employee leaves through the process of communication, you can ask the problems that are making the employee leave and then try to find a solution to it. Today most of the jobs are information based and it keeps the flow of work going. Now the organizations have offices across the globe and communication keeps all these offices working in the right direction.
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Anonymous answered
All businesses communicate either internally with their employers and employees or externally with suppliers, customers, government etc.

Communication is the process of transferring information from a sender to a receiver with the use of a medium in which the communicated information is. Effective communication is making sure that the receiver understands the message sent and the sender knows that.

Effective communication is important in an organization because it creates mutual understanding environment between the management and employees. Directly, it also helps in increasing the employee's productivity hence an appropriate communication method should be used depending on the importance of written record, cost, speed and quantity to be communicated etc.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Keep in touch with customer.
Get payments queries sort out.
Find out more information.
Get friendly with nice people
to improve you communication
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
So that the organization can run effectively without any problem
Suhail Ajmal Profile
Suhail Ajmal answered
Without communication, an organization can't run effectively. There are many communications in an organization and without communication you will always fall behind. Here are few examples;

Communication between staff (no healthy environment, and less productive work)
Communication between employer and employee ( No Future)
Communication with the customers (level of Income will be dropped with no or bad communication)
Communication rules between computers (Without communication, computer can't share resources and server each other)
Aisha Profile
Aisha answered
That depends on which type of information and communication is going on in the organization. If the organization is decentralized, the problems could be slow decision making, slow Research and development and ineffective idea generation. While in case of centralized decision making the employee productivity is low because the decisions are coming only from the top.
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adam khawaja answered
That depends on which type of information and communication is going on in the organization. If the organization is decentralized, the problems could be slow decision making, slow Research and development and ineffective idea generation. While in case of centralized decision making the employee productivity is low because the decisions are coming only from the top.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Effective communication in an organization is where every employ is free to express his views about organizational rules, stratgies and work.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Well yr all dumb because I have aa degree in business studies and it clearly states that the best method is to get a business website and a phone line so up yrs
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
The Directors typically create the business plans. Directors sit on the board because they have specialist expertise in a particular line of business, or because they have generalist experience, or sometimes more importantly, good contacts.

The Managing director
The Managing Director is the figurehead of the organisation.
Managers have the job of organising and controlling resources. Their work is often described as 'getting things done with or through people'.

Senior managers
Senior Managers make top level decisions concerning where an organisation operates and what it makes or does. These decisions require detailed analysis and skilled judgement.

Middle managers
Middle Managers organise and control the resource of an organisation within established guidelines.

Junior/supervisory management
Junior/supervisory management is usually concerned with short-term supervisory activities - making sure that orders get out on time, making sure that people and resources are where they should be, etc.

Supervisors are quite often the backbone of the organisation. They are people who know how things should be done at 'ground level'. They work with managers to put plans into action at operational level. They manage day-to-day resources including the supervision of staff.

Operatives are at the ground level but their work is still very important. It needs to be carried out with care and precision. In a supermarket the operatives will include the shelf stakes, and checkout operatives.

The formal roles of members of an organisation will usually be set out in an organisational chart which sets out the span of control of the various levels of supervision. The informal roles that people play are less easy to map out but are also very important.

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