Organizational Communication In order to achieve optimum communication in any organization (face-to-face or over technology), company managers may have to provide team members with training on their communication skills and their interpersonal skills. Team members will always have diverse expertise and interests, but allowing for the importance of each of these interests to come through is in the best interest of the team. In order for a team to thrive and value the contributions of its diverse members, guidelines must be set for communication that takes into account the different values that drive the company. Understanding these standards from the beginning allows companies to create an environment that encourages open communication. In...The end:
.....n, feedback and meetings standards that a regular team would have, and that managers ought to provide team members with additional support and guidance to reduce potential conflict and improve team operations. This demonstrates that there are similarities between communication styles no matter where people are working. References Langton, N. and Robbins, S. Fundamentals of Organizational Behaviour. Toronto: Pearson, 2007. Lencioni, Patrick. Overcoming The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Field Guide for Leaders, Managers and Facilitators. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2005. Sparrowe, R., Liden, R., Wayne, S., and Kraimer, M. “Social Networks and the Performance of Individuals and Groups.” Academy of Management Journal 44(2) (2001): 316-325.