Knowledge areas - Communications management is the...

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Communications management is the planning, implementing, monitoring, and revision of all the channels of communication within an organization, and between organizations. Communications management is important for an organization in many ways including the communication with public, interpersonal, formal, and informal communication. The communication with public is what keeps the good relationship between the organization and the community it relies on for its market, which builds its reputation. Interpersonal communication is the understanding of others ideas and the delivery of the right message to the second party in order to receive the desired response. Formal communication is a structure that consists of the arrangement of meetings, conferences, updating bulletins, e-mails, phone calls, and other things that run through the firm’s internal system. Informal communication is the establishment of a relationship held with other organizations to achieve the maximum benefit for the company. Failing to communicate properly could lead to many undesirable outcomes like bad reputation,
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