This posting helps with these questions:
1) Do you agree that the success of corporations rests in their ability to communicate effectively to convince stakeholders of their point of view and persuade them to respond in a desired manner?
2) Should relationships and communication patterns differ with different categories of stakeholders?
3) Do corporations that follow ethical principles of honesty and integrity have a stronger customer following than companies that are unscrupulous?
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1) Yes, please note that I totally agree that the success of corporations largely rests upon their ability to communicate effectively and clearly. Clear communication articulates a corporation's ideas, feelings, attitudes, morals, missions, goals, and values associated with the business. Communication also informs, persuades, and expresses the underlying ideologies and beliefs of a business. Thus, it is a vital vehicle to convince stakeholders of ...
Corporate Communications are explored.