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Unformatted text preview: of email is unsuitable for the receiver might find the message too abrupt. In addition, the use of email is not always reliable. Information sent over the internet can be leaked. As such, conveying extremely good or bad news through email would harm the receiver should other people have access to the email. Furthermore, there is a possibility that the sender have not received the message in time. Hence, conveying in person is more reliable and ensures that the intended recipient receives the message on time. An instance where I have miscommunicated something would be when I sent an email to the wrong recipient without realizing. Hence, I was unable to get my fellow colleague to help me in time because I kept on waiting for his response without realizing that he had not received my email. In order to facilitate clearer communication, I should have approached him in person instead or called him on his mobile which would have generated an immediate response....
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2010 for the course ANM 8739 taught by Professor Morgan during the Spring '10 term at Alabama A&M University.
- Spring '10