Communication Scenarios Essay

645 Words Feb 20th, 2012 3 Pages
Scenarios According to Francis (2012) information is the means of support in an organization. To effectively convey information, communication is necessary. Communication is conveyed in several forms, including verbal and written methods. It is important that the method used to convey the information is comprehensible by its intended recipient. Otherwise the communication is wasted and a business could suffer.
In Scenario I, a Marketing Manager is asked by the Vice President of Operations to be in charge of developing a strategy for entering a new beverage into the global market. Now the manager has to convey the task and provide the details of the product to his team, so they can develop a strategy and present it back to the
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I believe this is the best choice because the problem can be conveyed quickly, while allowing the IT department to provide an immediate solution. (Robbins and Judge, 2011) The best communication channel that the manager should use to inform her employees about what happen and to provide them with the new login name and password should be email. Email is the best choice because it will allow the message to be quickly written and transmitted. This will allow the recipients to read it at their own convenience or when they are ready to use the application without any interruptions of their work flow. (Robbins and Judge, 2011)
In Scenario III, the owner of a small editing company, with 10 employees have noticed that the business has slowed down and the bills are piling up. After number crunching, they find out that reducing the workforce from 10 to 6 can pay the bills and the business can remain profitable. The best communication channel to use to inform the employees about the reduction of the workplace should be Oral Communication. (Group discussion) Because this is a small company I believe face to face would be more personal. It will show the employees that their employer has a genuine concern. I also believe face to face (one on one) would be best choice of communication to inform the affected employees that are being let go. This will allow the employee and employer to

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