Indirect organization is effective in the following circumstances:
Businesses require frequent communication between employees regarding operational and day-to-day activities. For this purpose, numerous messages are sent. The composition of the message requires strategy, but it must be polite, brief and to-the-point. When composing messages that ask certain questions or make requests, the decision should be made between a direct request or an indirect one.
In most cases, the request should be stated directly. When it is known that the receiver is bound to fulfil the request, then the direct organization is the suitable course of action. This type of message includes the request in the beginning and then goes on to explain the context of the request.
In cases where the audience needs information to understand or be convinced about a request, an indirect message can be used. In this instance, the receiver is not bound to fulfil the request. This type of message, explains the context of the request at the beginning of the message and then the request is stated.