Impact of Effective Communication on Organisational Growth

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Impact of effective communication on Organizational Growth
Generally, no man is an island, and therefore everybody needs one another; be it in our various homes, organizations or the community as a whole. Managers and employees need to be effective communicators to achieve positive results in today’s organizations. Some of the purposes are - seeking or receiving information, encouragement, control, selling proposals, confrontation, talking to different levels within the hierarchy – to individuals, to groups, to departments and externally to customers, suppliers, vendors, policy makers and other professionals. This is done by using both formal communication such as meetings, reports, proposals, notices and informal communication such as counselling, advising, talking to other employees, and working in different roles; as chairman, project leader, analyst, subordinate, colleagues etc.

Statement of Problem
Lack of effective communication has led to the problems of lack of cohesion among workers, organisational conflict, ineffective team management, commitment to duties, and speculation of wrong information. What are the factors that lead to the above mentioned problems?

Research Question(s)
1. Does conflict lead to lack of organizational growth
2. How does lack of cohesion affect organizational growth 3. Does lack of team management affect organizational growth 4. How does lack of commitment to duties affect organizational growth 5. Does speculation of wrong information affect organizational growth

Research Hypotheses
Ho:There is no relationship between communication and organizational growth Hı :Effective communication leads to organizational growth “Reject Ho, Retain Hı”

Research Objectives
1. To ascertain whether conflict contributes to organizational growth 2. To find the effect of lack of cohesion among workers on organization growth 3. To determine the effect of ineffective team management on...
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