I was wondering about the night life here in wellington since it was my first few days in the country. My flat mate (receiver) is from a conservative muslim family who don’t live a night life, when I’ve (sender) asked him (channel) about it in more details but he seems less aware of the night life and so I said to him that he’s a “momma’s boy” (noise) of which he wasn’t happy about (massege) and started going bonkers (feedback). Hehe anyways then I had to explain (context) more in details to say that it is just a saying mostly used for complements or a casual element. Barriers Occurred_ perception is generally how he (receiver) interprets the word around him. In this case communication breakdown occurs if there is wrong perception by the receiver. To overcome_ channel and barrier (perception)
Channels of communication in modern days are emails, telephone, online video conference and noticeboard but above all face to face communication is regarded as the most effective of all.
Face to Face:
Adv_ most effective
Dis_ time consuming
Adv_ easy access both for company and customers
Dis_ spam or junk issue
Adv_ its one to one and more effective
Dis_ can be expensive
Online video conference:
Adv_ it will convert casual web window shopper into serious buyer. Dis_ if you’re not available 24/7 it could frustrate the buyers.
Adv_ Great for one way channel
Dis_ they often can go unnoticed
Adding to that Marilyn vos Savant quoted;
«Email, instant messaging, and cell phones give us fabulous communication ability, but because we live and work in our own little worlds, that communication is totally disorganized.» (http://bexinfu.com/2011/10/02/10-best-practices-for-better-business-communication/)
Face to face (internal), it could be one to one or a group one. In this instance, face to face channel will be a lot easier and effective to communicate in business...