Rules_for_communication

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Rules: Context of Communication 1. Identify your readers --Understand the organizational chart --Analyze how decision are made in your organization --Think about the responsibilities and duties of members --Structure your communication accordingly 2. Analyze your readers --Think about what your readers know and don’t know --Understand what your organization values and how your readers will respond accordingly --Take personal characteristics of readers into account
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Unformatted text preview: --Take their role in the organization into account 3. Classify your readers--Separate readers into two groups: those who can act or make a decision on your communication (primary) and those who will be affected by actions (secondary)--Think about your communication from both the primary and secondary audiences’ point-of-view--Design and tailor your communication with both primary and secondary readers in mind...
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2011 for the course BUS 354 taught by Professor Kolich during the Fall '09 term at St. Xavier.

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