Articles on Communication - Basics & Strategies

The process of passing any information from one person to the other person with the aid of some medium is termed as communication. Communication process is a simple process where a message is being transferred from a sender to the receiver.

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Only communication alone is not important but if an individual acquires the skill to effectively communicate, he has no looking back. The article discusses important differences between communication and effective communication along with examples.

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Phonetics is the part of English language which helps us to understand sounds of various alphabets and Homophones are the words which have different meanings but same pronunciation.

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Communication theory proposed by S. F. Scudder states that all living beings existing on the planet communicate with each other, although the way of communication is different.

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This article provides an overview of the popular theories of organizational communication. As such, this article compares and contrasts the theories of organizational communication as put forward by Max Weber, Tompkins, Cheney, and Deetz. The key themes in this article are that organizational communication is very important for organizational success and hence, contemporary organizations must ensure that they encourage open, honest, and transparent communication down the hierarchy and across the horizontal span of the organizational structure.

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A model is widely used to depict any idea, thought or a concept in a more simpler way through diagrams, pictorial representations etc. All the important models of communication are listed here.

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Shannon and Weaver model is the most popular model of communication and is widely accepted all over the world. The article discusses this model with few examples.

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Wilber Schramm proposed the model of communication in 1954. According to the Schramms model, coding and decoding are the two essential processes of an effective communication.

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Helical Model of communication was proposed by Frank Dance in 1967 to throw some more light on communication process. Dance thought of communication process similar to a Helix.

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Westley and MacLeans model of communication was proposed in the year 1957 by Bruce Westley and Malcolm S. MacLean Jr. This model considers a strong relation between the signals from the surroundings and the process of communication.

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Effective communication not only plays a key role in organizations but also in ones personal life. Lets understand various strategies on how to improve communication skills in our day to day life.

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Every individual must learn the successful tips of group discussion to fair well in the interviews as well as the screening process of educational institutes.

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To deliver an effective presentation or speech, an individual has to take care of his communication and it has to be really impressive and effective.

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In a digital communication system the information or the thought is encoded digitally as discreet signals and transferred electronically to the recipient.

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In Laser Communication system, the signals are transmitted from the wireless transmitter to a wireless receiver without any hindrance or obstruction.

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Satellite Communication System is a mode of communication which uses the artificial satellite for communication. This artificial satellite is positioned in space to facilitate the communication among the various points on the earth.

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This article introduces the readers to the concept of a network society as theorized by the legendary expert, Manuel Castells. The focus of this article is to illustrate the effects of the rise of the digital culture and the spread of data networks on business and society. This article can be read as both an introduction to the rise of digital networks as well as an in-depth examination of what it means for managers to function in the network society.

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