What Is Communication?

| September 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Communication means the exchange of messages, ideas, proposals, opinions, facts, emotions and the like between the sender and the receiver. Communication involves a systematic and continuous process of telling, listening and understanding of what a person conveys. Communication is a two-way traffic. It is a process of sending and receiving information etc. Business communication means the sending and receiving of information regarding the business matters of all kinds.

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Introduction:

Communication is the most important feature of a business houses. No organization can be run without communication. In organization, the people work to achieve the organizational objects, the people working in the organization need to exchange information, ideas, opinions, experiences and proposals etc. If the system of communication in the organisation is not effective, the objectives cannot be achieved.

There must be close coordination among the workers so that their activities may be fruitful. Communication flow must run smoothly at all levels–downward, upward and horizontal. The management can better able to run the matters of the comments, opinions and proposals gives by the workers and colleagues. Success of management depends upon effective communication. Effective communication is the lifeblood of an organisation. The communication may be written oral, verbal or non-verbal. The more a business organisation possesses this quality of communication effectively, the more advantageous position it holds among other organisation of the business.

Definition of Communication:

Definition of Communication

 

Verbal And Non-Verbal Communication:

In verbal communication we use words both in writing and speaking. Communication without words is called non-verbal communication.

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