Business Communication

Business communication is used to relay information within the business and promote services, products or organisations, as well as deal with legal and other similar issues. It covers several topics including branding, marketing, advertising, customer relations, public relations and consumer behaviour, among others.

3,864 Questions
Example Sentences
Investing and Financial Markets
Business Communication

What is limited receptive communication skills?

limited receptive communication skills = a difficulty language.

Often it can mean difficulty understanding oral directions, question forms (who? what? where? when? why? questions) and basic concepts of time, space and quantity.

385386387
Sociology
Business Communication
Communication

What is the explanation for the meaning of intrapersonal communication?

Intrapersonal communication is communicating with one's self, that is any for of relaying messages to your own person.

Normally successful communication requires having an independent sender and receiver, who sens messages back and forth between them. This definition is currently challenged, there are some people who consider intrapersonal communication too useful to be discounted.

Whether or not intrapersonal communication is a valid form of communication, the following actions are considered intrapersonal communication:

  • Dreaming (especially daydreaming and lucid dreaming)
  • Talking to oneself. This action is normal, since often saying and hearing again helps a person retain information. It becomes abnormal when a person talks to oneself in socially inappropriate situations.
  • Your internal monologue, any thoughts you have about what is happening around you.
  • Gesturing while you think.
355356357
Jobs & Education
Business Plans
Business Communication
Electronics

What are the advantages of using the internet as the infrastructure for electronic commerce and electronic business?

The Internet gives every seller an opportunity to advertise their wares no matter their size or location. It also gives the stocking seller the opportunity to have direct access to the buyer with out going through profit taking middle men.

Brokers, the grey market, have used the information they collect as their bargaining tools and their mode for gaining profit.

With the internet making the who and where available to everyone the Broker is left with little to offer.

highlight some advantages of e-commerce in business organization and do advantage out way limitations. The biggest benefit would be that you would have a much larger audience to sell your products or services to where if you just had a brick & mortar business you would only be selling to the local community.

350351352
Relationships
Business Communication

What is relationship dimension of communication?

talk to each other every day with love and care! Always make sure to talk daily and tell each other how much u love each other each and every day! Say it with LOVE <3 and then have some good rowdy SEX!

with lots of LOVE <3 sisters alli, hali and carissa!

God bless and best of LUCk to u guys! :)

313314315
Speech Writing
Business Communication
Public Speaking

Is communication a circular process?

Whether or not communication is a circular process depends on which model of communication best fits the particular communicative act you are discussing.

One of the earliest communication models is the Shannon-Weaver model, which is linear; a message is sent through a channel to a recipient, who does not provide any feedback. Obviously, this means that the communication is not circular. An example of this would be most televised broadcasts, like the president's speeches, as the viewer has few opportunities to provide feedback.

Later models of communication, however, added a mechanism for recipient feedback. In what is known as the transactional or circular model of communication, the receiver and recipient both send and receive messages, leading to both parties being renamed sender-receivers. This is a circular model of communication. An example of this is most interpersonal, face-to-face communication. You receive feedback from your conversation partner through their body language and verbal responses and so adjust your messages to fit that; your partner does the same.

Today, most communication tends to be seen as transactional, meaning that it is circular.

310311312
Business Communication
Public Speaking

How noise affects communication?

Noise affects communication by somehow altering the message. In a very basic model of communication, a message has to pass from the receiver to the recipient through a channel (like the air, television, a printed page, etc.).

Noise is something that interferes with the transmission of the message through the channel. An easy way to think of this is to picture static on a TV. The static is the noise that interferes with the transmission of the TV program through the channel of your cable box or satellite dish. This makes it difficult to understand the message sent by the TV program; you may not hear what someone on TV says correctly, and so misinterpret what they say, for example.

Noise doesn't necessarily have to be something external that affects the channel. It can also be something internal to the recipient that affects how they receive the message. An example of this is if someone is in a bad mood. Being in a bad mood makes you more likely to interpret other people's messages as negative or hostile; the noise of your emotion affects how you see what they're trying to communicate.

283284285
Grammar
Business Communication

What are the four C's of effective communication?

Comprehensiveness

Credibility

Connectivity

Contagiousness

265266267
The End of the World (apocalypse)
Business Communication

What do people say at the end of a meeting?

People say different things at the end of meetings, but whatever is said would let people know that the meeting is over. One thing that is said is "This meeting is now adjourned" or something similar.

257258259
History, Politics & Society
Business Communication
Communication
Mass Communication

What is communication?

The term 'Communication' has been derived from the Latin word 'communis' that means 'common'. Thus 'to communicate' means 'to make common' or 'to make known'. This act of making common and known is carried out through exchange of thoughts, ideas or the like. The exchange of thoughts and ideas can be had by gestures, signs, signals, speech or writing. People are said to be in communication when they discuss some matter, or when they talk on telephone, or when they exchange information through letters.

Basically, communication is sharing information, whether in writing or orally. The official definition for the word communication is "the imparting or exchanging of information or news."
what is communication The definition of communication from answers.com:

  1. The act of communicating; transmission.
    1. The exchange of thoughts, messages, or information, as by speech, signals, writing, or behavior.
    2. Interpersonal rapport.
  2. ## The art and technique of using words effectively to impart information or ideas.
    1. The field of study concerned with the transmission of information by various means, such as print or broadcasting.
    2. Any of various professions involved with the transmission of information, such as advertising, broadcasting, or journalism.
  3. communications (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
  4. Something communicated; a message.
    1. A system, such as mail, telephone, or television, for sending and receiving messages.
    2. A network of routes for sending messages and transporting troops and supplies.
  5. communications A means of communicating, especially:
  6. Communications the technology employed in transmitting messages.
  7. Biology. The transfer of information from one molecule, cell, or organism to another, as by chemical or electrical signals or by behaviors.
    1. An opening or connecting passage between two structures.
    2. A joining or connecting of solid fibrous structures, such as tendons and nerves.
  8. Anatomy.Basically, there are 3 types of communication in business, Written, Verbal, and Non-verbal. Written includes letters, emails, memos, reports and formal documents. Verbal communication includes "chats", presentations and voicemail! Non-verbal communication is using signals to communicate and studying body language.
145146147
Business Communication
Manufacturing

Define the evolution of quality control?

In the simplest sense, evolution means the slow process of change from a simple, to a more complex structure.

245246247
Resume Writing
Colleges and Universities
Business Communication

How should you list it on your resume if you quit college?

You'd list the dates of attendance. This way, recruiters and hiring managers will know you began your schooling but did not complete it.

222223224
Business Communication
Public Speaking

What is a vernacular way of speaking?

Parlance

209210211
Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
Definitions
Business Communication

The ten definition of communication by different authors?

'Communication' is about sharing of ideas, information, knowledge and opinions while interacting with another person.

Shuchi M. Bhardwaj

193194195
Business & Finance
Internet
Business and Industry
Business Communication

What is the impact of e-business on regular mail?

The effect of email has been extremely serious, considering it's as good as free, secure and extremely fast.

Increasingly, ordinary 'snail' mail is used for advertising, in other words, for 'junk mail'.

Obviously, 'snail mail' is still essential from things like important documents that have to be moved from one place to another, for parcels and for mail and documents that need a signature.

Despite all this, e-business has led to the rise of eBay and online shopping. The goods have to be moved to the customer.

188189190
Employee Development and Training
Business Communication

What are the 7 C's of communication?

Concise: If you want your messages to be read by busy people, make them brief. Say what you need to say, and say no more (while maintaining goodwill, of course). Remove all words phrases and sentences that serve no purpose. You can also eliminate wordiness by substituting one word for wordy, overused expressions.

Concrete: You have a choice in your writing to use concrete (specific) or abstract (vague) words. They both have a place in business writing. However, concrete terms are typically more accurate and, in some cases, more belieConcise: If you want your messages to be read by busy people, make them brief. Say what you need to say, and say no more (while maintaining goodwill, of course). Remove all words phrases and sentences that serve no purpose. You can also eliminate wordiness by substituting one word for wordy, overused expressions.

Concrete: You have a choice in your writing to use concrete (specific) or abstract (vague) words. They both have a place in business writing. However, concrete terms are typically more accurate and, in some cases, more believable.

Correct: Correctness in business writing includes spelling, grammar, punctuation, and format. For spelling, punctuation, and grammar, you should keep a dictionary and a writer's guide at your desk.

Coherent: Messages need to "hang together." Ideas need to flow from one to the next through smooth transitions. You can achieve this by outlining your messages, writing simple sentences and focusing each paragraph on one idea. You can also improve the coherence of your message through parallel structure, connecting words and phrases, and guide posts.

Complete: Check to be sure that your message is complete. Have you included all the information you need to ensure that the other person can do a complete job or make a reasonable decision?

Courteous: Your message should be positive-building goodwill and focused upon the reader. Watch gender specific language and always use proper titles.

  • COMPLETE
  • *# Have you given all the facts?
    1. Have you covered the essentials?
    2. Have you answered all his/her questions?
    3. Did you PLAN what you said?
  • COURTEOUS
  • *# Will it win good will?
    1. Have you used positive, "pleasant-toned" words?
    2. Have you used "I appreciate," "please", and "thank you" somewhere in your message?
    3. Would you enjoy reading what you have said?
  • CONSIDERATE: The YOU-Attitude
  • *# Have you put the client first?
    1. Have you floodlighted his/her interests?
    2. Have you walked in his/her moccasins?
    3. Have you talked his/her language?
  • CLEAR
  • *# Have you used familiar words, short sentences?
    1. Have you presented only one idea in each sentence?
    2. Have you avoided "business" and technical terms?
    3. Have you used the reader's language?
  • CONCISE
  • *# Have you plunged right into the subject of the message?
    1. Have you avoided rehashing the reader's letter?
    2. Have you said enough, but just enough?
    3. Have you avoided needless "filler" words and phrase?
  • CONCRETE
  • *# Have you given the crisp details the client needs?
    1. Have you made the details razor and needle-sharp?
    2. Have you flashed word pictures, made facts vivid?
  • CORRECT
  • *# Have you checked all facts for correctness?
    1. Have you spelled the reader's name correctly?
    2. Have you verified all numbers and amounts?
    3. Is the appearance of the letter effective? Is it clean, well-spaced?
    4. Have you checked your spelling, punctuation, grammar, etc.?
vable.

Correct: Correctness in business writing includes spelling, grammar, punctuation, and format. For spelling, punctuation, and grammar, you should keep a dictionary and a writer's guide at your desk.

Coherent: Messages need to "hang together." Ideas need to flow from one to the next through smooth transitions. You can achieve this by outlining your messages, writing simple sentences and focusing each paragraph on one idea. You can also improve the coherence of your message through parallel structure, connecting words and phrases, and guide posts.

Complete: Check to be sure that your message is complete. Have you included all the information you need to ensure that the other person can do a complete job or make a reasonable decision?

Courteous: Your message should be positive-building goodwill and focused upon the reader. Watch gender specific language and always use proper titles.

  • COMPLETE
  • *# Have you given all the facts?
    1. Have you covered the essentials?
    2. Have you answered all his/her questions?
    3. Did you PLAN what you said?
  • COURTEOUS
  • *# Will it win good will?
    1. Have you used positive, "pleasant-toned" words?
    2. Have you used "I appreciate," "please", and "thank you" somewhere in your message?
    3. Would you enjoy reading what you have said?
  • CONSIDERATE: The YOU-Attitude
  • *# Have you put the client first?
    1. Have you floodlighted his/her interests?
    2. Have you walked in his/her moccasins?
    3. Have you talked his/her language?
  • CLEAR
  • *# Have you used familiar words, short sentences?
    1. Have you presented only one idea in each sentence?
    2. Have you avoided "business" and technical terms?
    3. Have you used the reader's language?
  • CONCISE
  • *# Have you plunged right into the subject of the message?
    1. Have you avoided rehashing the reader's letter?
    2. Have you said enough, but just enough?
    3. Have you avoided needless "filler" words and phrase?
  • CONCRETE
  • *# Have you given the crisp details the client needs?
    1. Have you made the details razor and needle-sharp?
    2. Have you flashed word pictures, made facts vivid?
  • CORRECT
  • *# Have you checked all facts for correctness?
    1. Have you spelled the reader's name correctly?
    2. Have you verified all numbers and amounts?
    3. Is the appearance of the letter effective? Is it clean, well-spaced?
    4. Have you checked your spelling, punctuation, grammar, etc.?
186187188
Business Communication

What is the objective of a first draft?

The objective of a first draft is to produce something which is going to be similar to your final copy. There are usually many things in a first draft which are either removed or improved in the second or third draft and are perfect in the final copy.

185186187
College Applications and Entrance Requirements
Anthropology
Definitions
Business Communication

Define the concept of culture Also describe the national cultural variables and individual cultural variables with examples?

they are what he country believes in most

184185186
Business Plans
Business Communication
Business Ethics

What is classical free electron theory of metal?

Classical free electron theory is modeled by drude - Lorentz to explian elctrical conductivity in metals. According to this free electron in a metal (valence electron) move randdomly at room temperature and these free electron are drifted in opposite to the direection of the applied electric field. This is repsonsible for the conduction. Here all the free elctron are are considered as equal in all aspect.

164165166
Speech Writing
Business Communication

How might an email message contain non verbal communication?

non verbal communication is without words being spoken such as texting,email, and answers on answers.com

167168169
Job Training and Career Qualifications
Sales and Customer Service
Business Communication

What type of skills make a good reader?

sound out each word that you dont understand and read slowly

161162163
Relationships
Business Communication
Learning Tips and Study Habits
Public Speaking

Why is listening an important skill?

Learning to listen is an important skill. You can improve your listening skills just as you improve any other skill - see the link below for more information.

  • Listening is important because you can learn new information through listening.
  • Listening also includes paying attention to the person speaking, so you can also pick up on body language, gestures, expressions, and other non-verbal clues to help you understand what they are saying.
  • Listening is also polite, and it helps you to get along with other people.
  • Listening is a virtue, something that not everyone has. It gives you an insight of other persons thoughts and their behaviour, and which in turn makes dealing easy with them. Some times just by listening you can help people reason with themselves and deal better with their emotions.And the most important of all it gives you other persons perspective of the problem or the situation.

* An old saying tells us that if you are a good a good listener, everywhere you go, people will lke you; and after a while, you'll learn something.
So you can clearly understand what the task is a hand.

979899
Business Communication

What is line management system?

Line Management System or LMS is a product developed by e.Solutions, LLC in Mount Prospect, IL www.edotsolutions.com.

The product allows companies to combine multiple Internet Lines through the LMS Box for increased redundancy and traffic management. The box allows the company to purchase different types of lines for lower costs and increased bandwidth.

159160161
Business & Finance
Compensation and Benefits
Employee Development and Training
Business Communication

What is the scope of business communication in multinational companies?

business communication give us the seance to communicate in the world of business

157158159
Bangalore
Graduate Degrees
Business Communication
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Business communication lecture notes for BBA 2nd sem?

send me all rule of equation

109110111
Business and Industry
Business Communication

Buffer statement in Business communication?

Beginning a message with no negative impact.

142143144

Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.