I am writing to describe how I would personally respond to three different scenarios that deal with communication. I will explain how I would handle each situation as each scenario is different.
In scenario 1, a situation is described where communication needs to be addressed to get some important details to big group of a marketing team in order to make a plan for a new advertisement campaign. I would choose to have a face-to-face meeting for this information to be communicated effectively. The reason that I choose this form of communication is because there is a time sensitive matter with this project. You only have a very short length of time to respond with your answer for the strategy. In a face-to-face meeting you could communicate the details to everyone and receive immediate feedback. This would allow you to go ahead and create a plan of action as well.
I would then write the newly devised strategy up and send it to the Vice President of Operations so that he/she could read it and have it in writing in case there were any questions. I believe that this would be the best way to get the communication conveyed properly for this situation.
In this second scenario imperative information needs to be given out immediately to 11 employees. The employees need this information to be able to access a computer application that they all use. Since the new login and password are the same for the entire group, I would chose to send an e-mail out to the entire group. I would mark it as highly important and ask for a return response once the e-mail had been read.
I believe that the e-mail communication would be best in this situation because it would not be necessary to see everyone face-to-face to pass this information along. I also think that personal phone calls may be too time consuming and every employees has a different schedule so some are going to need the information
References: Robbins, S. P., & Judge, T. A. (2011). Organizational Behavior (14th ed.). Retrieved from The University of Phoenix ebook Collection.