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Communication Proposal Nifty Phone, Inc

  1. 1. Nifty Phone, Inc<br />Communication Proposal <br />Amar J Patel<br />
  2. 2. Table of Contents<br />Front Page 1 Corporate Communication Manual Contents 9<br />Table of Contents 2 Benefits of Proposal 10<br />Presented to Board of Directors 3 Production Schedule 11<br />Abstract 4 Goals 12<br />Introduction 5 Survey 13<br />Project Overview 6 Conclusion 14<br />Audience and Users 7 Reference Page 15<br />Corporate Communication Needs 8<br />
  3. 3. Presented to Board of Directors<br />Jim McConnell<br />President and CEO<br />David Shockley<br />Marketing Manager<br />Nittal Patel<br />VP of Communications<br />
  4. 4. Abstract<br />
  5. 5. Introduction<br />Our company provides cell phone service to many people around the United States, which is why we are here to propose a ways of communicating. The proposal will teach of management and employees communicate with one another, as well as our customer base and public. Methods that will be used are blogs, twitter, facebookand WebPages. Training will administered to all employees and top management and will be tested to make sure they meet all standards of our communication book.<br />
  6. 6. Project Overview<br />Our focus for this proposal is to have policies and procedures put in place for use by employees of Nifty Phone, Inc. As it was mentioned before all the methods being introduced into the proposal is to be used in way of communicating with all employees and public. If any questions do arise on any aspect of the communication book they can reach any member of the team to have it explained further in detail. <br />
  7. 7. Audience and Users<br />Age: 18 to 50<br />Language: Primary English/ Secondary Spanish but not required<br />Culture: All diverse groups welcome<br />Skills: Customer Service and Writing Proficiency<br />Education: Masters or Bachelors Degree Preferred but Associates also accepted<br />Background familiarity: Must have know how to use internet and be familiar with online services and have internal and external communication knowledge.<br />
  8. 8. Nifty Phone’s Corporate Communications Needs<br />The needs of our communication proposal and why we need one is, because of the growth of the company. The new book will be needed to help organize how managers talk to their employees and employees back to the managers. “Communication plays a key role in all types of managerial functions. If there is proper flow of communication, the employer is able to coordinate and control the activities of its employees. Communication helps individuals to know that what is expected of them (Sehghal).” This is why a communication book is needed for our firm and putting it into affect immediately will make us a better stable company in telling our employees and public one vision instead of two or more.<br />
  9. 9. Corporate Communication Manual Contents<br /><ul><li> How to use Facebook
  10. 10. How to use Blogs and WebPages
  11. 11. How to use Twitter for communication for current/future customers
  12. 12. How/what type of communication should be used for certain issues
  13. 13. How e-mail should be used for communication</li></li></ul><li>Benefits<br />Many benefits can come from communication book being presented because new technologies and online services have given us this opportunity. Facebook can be a major benefit to communication because of it open source of communication. According to Morisy, a new service called Free Conference which is “an application developed by Iotum, which lets users organize free conference calls. Because the application is built on Facebook&apos;s backbone, it can pull in and provide a lot more information to participants: Each call has a live page where pictures of active callers are posted along with a list of invited attendees (2008).” Also twitter is new sensation where people post status updates and information that can be seen by anyone who wants to follow them. The link below shows how a company can use twitter to help them communicate with customers and how it can be used for business and marketing purposes.<br />Twitter for communication<br />
  14. 14. Production Schedule <br />As of now I have introduced to a communication book that will help the company grow and how it can save and even make money. We would like to put the book in production as soon as possible so we can get a head start on other companies. Also it should be given to all employees within 8 weeks so than by the tenth week it can start being implemented throughout the organization.<br />
  15. 15. Goals<br />To help employees communicate better with top management<br />To have a communication book ready for any troubleshooting<br />New technologies for better communication<br />
  16. 16. Survey<br />Now many organizations have a human resources department that usually conduct a staff survey annually. This survey typically includes questions about communication within the organization, understanding the corporate vision, satisfaction with employee benefits and training and so on. <br />What I suggest is that organizations include a supplementary survey of just 10 questions at the end of this survey. And these questions should be framed by selecting key questions from the customer survey and asking staff what do you think customers think about X? These 10 questions in effect become your employee communication engagement measure.<br />
  17. 17. Conclusion<br />In conclusion, the communication book will help with employees and managers to communicate better and more efficeintly within organization and outside also. The goals will be out first prioirity towards the book and <br />
  18. 18. Reference Page<br />Facebook&apos;s new take on communications should be embraced by business . (n.d.). Retrieved August 15, 2009, from,289142,sid186_gci1310144,00.html#<br /> <br />Measuring employee communication. (n.d.). Retrieved August 15, 2009, from<br /> <br />Sehghal, S. (n.d.). Communication is Needed at Each and Every Level. Retrieved August 15, 2009, from<br /> <br />Twitter for Business, Marketing, Branding and Communication. (n.d.). Retrieved August 15, 2009, from<br />