Intergrated Communication in the Business World Essay

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I. Integrated Communication Background Communication is the essence of all human interaction, relationships and learning. Creating and maintaining strong and constructive relationships with all stakeholders is after all the main scope of organization’s communications. On this view, effective communications are vital for organizations to grow, evolve and stand out among the competitors. The new era of digital communications, the globalized economy and empowered scrutinized stakeholders have challenged the traditional communications practices. As a reaction to adapt to this new environment and changed conditions, it is not very uncommon that managers and consultants advice organizations to embrace the ideal of integrated communications.…show more content…
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