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Will somone discuss with me how are communication activities different between government and not-for-profit organizations?

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// In this paper, we will discuss about government organizations and not-for-profit organizations. The paper will also include the process of communication and role of communication activities in the organizations. We will also make a difference in communication activities in government organizations and not-for-profit organizations.//

Government organizations are those organizations that are owned by government. The organizations that focus on social welfare rather than making revenues are known as not-for-profit organizations. These organizations are popularly known as non-profit- organization (NPO). Communication is a process of exchanging information between the members of the organization. The success of every organization depends on effective communication as the exchange of information between the members of the organization is very necessary for achieving the organizational goal (Cass, ...

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