Ten Ways to Solve Dysfunctional Communication Processes

Categories: Management Tips
This is a guest post by Michelle Gillam. Communication is the life force of each and every project and business so it needs to be fully effective to enrich the process. It should not be an activity that creates reports, emails and other documentation but fails to get the right message across. It should not be a series of meetings and discussions where no real decisions are taken. A dysfunctional communication process will undermine what you are trying to achieve. Whether that is implementing a new IT system, designing state-of -the-art products or devising a more efficient business process.So how do you identify and resolve the dysfunctional communication processes that may be taking place within your team or organisation? And which are sure to be damaging your projects and reducing the chance of a successful outcome in all areas of a business landscape?Here are ten tips project experts recommend to solve common miscommunication issues. READ MORE