Discuss the use of directness in operational communication and why it can be desirable. Can directness be overdone? In what circumstance might indirectness be appropriate ? Use examples for each.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 6:53 am ad1c9bdddf
Management often implies a strategy of directness in operational communication. By doing so, it typically improves the communication process by breaking down many barriers to communication that are often present in the exchange. It is a desirable way to communicate because it is usually clearer than indirect communication, ...
The solution discusses the use of directness in operational communication and why it can be desirable. Issues related to directness as asked in the question are also discussed.
Communication differences between U.S. and Russia
Globalization has been an area of focus for many different organizations (i.e., retail, manufacturing, fast food, and etc.). When organizations move into foreign markets they must adapt to communication, culture, and human resource issues. For this assessment, you are a HR manager and you have been tasked to transfer several managers from your Clothing Company in the US to manage the opening up a new facility in Russia.
o Analyze the communication differences between the U.S. and Russia, summarize the expected communication issues, and recommend corrective actions.
o Analyze the cultural and workforce differences between the U.S. and Russia. Summarize the differences and explain how each of these could create HRM issues for your U.S. management team such as job design, motivation, and other HRM issues.
o Recommend corrective actions for the HRM issues you outlined.
o Support your conclusions (country information, actions taken by firms operating in the country, best practices with HRM) with at least 3 reference sources, other than the course textbook. Cite your references in APA format.View Full Posting Details