Introduction to Internal Communication

Communication starts from individual and moves forward to encompass with mass people. How network develops for communicate is  never simple to describe because consciously or  unconsciously we communicate through various means towards various places or location. Internal communication is such which occurs within the entity between and among the employees and such communication may happen formally or informally to meet the internal demand.

Strong internal network makes the entity capable to function, manage and operate effectively. Therefore it is always required and  suggested to provide more emphasis on such communication since it is termed as the backbone of an organization.

All of Contents About internal Communication on Busness Consi
01 Introduction to Internal Communication
02Definition of Internal Communication
03Necessity/Importance of Internal Communication
04Factors/Conditions/Features of Effective Internal Communication
05 Media/Methods of Internal Communication
06Communication within organization
07Definition of Formal Communication
08Characteristics of Formal Communication
09Advantages/Merits of Formal Communication
10Disadvantages/Limitations of Formal Communication
11Tools used for Formal Communication
12Definition of Informal Communication
13Definition of Grapevine Communication
14Features of Grapevine Communication
15Characteristics of Grapevine Communicaction
16Limitations/Demirits of Informal Communication/Grapevine communication
17Importance of Informal Communication
18Informal communication spreads Rumor, Untrue and Distorted information very  fast-Illustration
19What causes the grapevine to be active
20Grapevine is integral part of Informal Communication
21Comparison between Formal and Informal Communication
22Office Memo
23Concept of Small Group
24Characteristics of Small Group
25What is meant by Small Group Communication
26Objectives of Small Group Communication
27Ways/Techniques/Principles to Communication in Small Group