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    Modes of Communication

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    Informal modes of communications within an organization cannot always be controlled, nor should they be controlled in many cases. For this assignment, you are to list the pros and cons of word-of-mouth communication within an organization.

    Are there specific instances when informal communication can work in a positive manner for an organization?

    Give 2 examples: 1 of when word-of-mouth communication may be useful to the organization and 1 of when it can be detrimental to an organization.

    What are some steps that the police manager and the organization can take to make sure that the rumors are controlled?

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    Word-of-mouth communication may be useful to the organization when there is the need to address a large number of individuals at one time such as at a meeting. Word-of-mouth communication can be detrimental to an organization when classified or sensitive ...

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    The solution lists the pros and cons of word-of-mouth communication within an organization.

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