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  • 1. ORGANIZATION COMMUNICATION<br />Simon Osborne<br />Group 1 Wiki <br /><ul><li>Cassie Arias
  • 2. Tracy Morales
  • 3. Nicholas Doonan
  • 4. Edgar Amaro</li></ul>ENGLISH 218 FALL 2010<br />
  • 5. MAKING IT WORK<br />Establish the need for each Communication<br />Develop the skills and awareness<br />Make it understandable<br />Make sure it is TWO-WAY<br />Communicate often<br />Try different methods and styles<br />Monitor the effectiveness<br />Maintain the effort<br />8 Principles<br />
  • 6. Establish the need for each Communication<br />Principle 1<br />Reason for the Communication<br />What you want to communicate through<br />What you want to gain from this communication<br />
  • 7. Develop the skills and awareness<br />Make sure you are capable of presenting<br />Take time to get ready before communicating<br />Put in effort into your communication<br />Be aware of who you are communicating to<br />Practice!<br />Principle 2<br />
  • 8. Make it Understandable<br />Make sure information is relevant to reader<br />Make sure the type of communication being used is clear to reader<br />A lot of times communication fails because communicator is not clear to reader<br />Know your Reader!<br />Principle 3<br />
  • 9. Make sure it is TWO-WAY<br />DON’T just give the information<br />Make sure the reader has understood the information<br />Make sure the reader has received the information<br />Bulletins are good, BUT only if the readers are aware of them and check them periodically<br />Principle 4<br />
  • 10. Communicate Often<br />Make meetings<br />Attend meetings<br />Make sure readers have understood messages<br />Make sure readers have received messages<br />Develop a trust with the reader<br />Make sure it is always TWO-WAY communication<br />Principle 5<br />
  • 11. Try different Methods and Styles<br />People receive and understand information differently<br /><ul><li>One-to-one
  • 12. Big group meeting
  • 13. Small group meeting
  • 14. Writing
  • 15. E-mail
  • 16. Pictures and diagrams</li></ul>Principle 6<br />
  • 17. Monitor the Effectiveness<br />Have a survey to make sure what your readers like<br />See yourself if the reader received the information<br />See if the reader understood the information<br />Do this by seeing if the reader took action after the information was given<br />Principle 7<br />
  • 18. Maintain the Effort<br />Maintain the strategy you used effective<br />Keep making sure your reader is receiving the information<br />Keep making sure your reader is understanding the information<br />Make sure the reader is taking action<br />Keep the TWO-WAY communication in place<br />Principle 8<br />
  • 19. REFERENCES<br />Osborne, S. (n.d.) Business Performance. Organization Communication. Retrieved from http://www.businessperform.com/articles/workplace-communication/organization_communication.html<br />Reference Page <br />

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