technologies will help aviation managers manage and maintain cultural innovation? State your position clearly and provide support with specific examples. I feel that communication styles will remain the same but the tools the business person of today will utilize to communicate have changed. I understand the concern the baby boomers have with email, texting, and instant messenger and respect them because I am an old soul. That being said this is a new error and requires new tools to get the job done I believe that the style of communication will stay the same the tools used to communicate on the other had have changed and will continue to change as time goes on we will probably view the next form of communication tool in the same manner the baby boomers view our current tools for communication. That being said I can honestly say I feel that aviation managers will be able to maintain cultural innovation through current communication tools as long as the manager understands the culture he is working with at the time. For example if the culture the manager is dealing with doesn’t like to discuss business matters in the form of text or instant messenger but is ok with email then the manager needs to make sure he utilizes email when communicating with that specific group of people.
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