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Proposed Communication Plan

Bud reviewed the communication plan and sent you an e-mail expressing his concerns. He does not feel that he needs to be involved in so many review and approval meetings. He knows that his involvement is really just a courtesy because he is sure none of the processes and procedures used in Little Rock will be good enough for corporate. He does not really have the time to do all these meetings, and he is not sure his people will have the time required to be involved in the project.

How will you respond to Bud to address his concerns?

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Employee not agreeing with proposed communication plan.

Bud reviewed the communication plan and sent you an e-mail expressing his concerns. He does not feel that he needs to be involved in so many review and approval meetings. He knows that his involvement is really just a courtesy because he is sure none of the processes and procedures used in Little Rock will be good enough for corporate. He does not really have the time to do all these meetings, and he is not sure his people will have the time required to be involved in the project.

How will you respond to Bud to address his concerns?

. The Bud is showing concerns which are important to the organization to understand, otherwise many employees will be alienated. Moreover the review process and new initiatives will also be a failure due to lack of interest by many employees. For the effective communication, I feel participatory management is important. The organization should lay emphasis on participatory management for communications. Participatory management is a situation in which power is shared, everyone is given an opportunity to ...

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