Communication channels, Management Theories

Communication Channels:

Communication channels are the basic physical terms by which you communicate your message to your future audience (e.g., memos, speeches, one-on-one meetings, telephones, etc.). You should top quality the best channel for your exacting message (annual report, press release, and television or radio announcement, option piece in print media). Along with channel choice, the organization and content of the message itself are significant for successful delivery. With present technology, the possibilities for channel-choice have widened to include voicemail, electronic meetings, e-mail, video teleconferencing, business web pages, as well as multicasts over the Internet of significant events such as shareholder meetings.

 

 

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