M1 Analyse Diffrent Types of Business Information and Their Sources Their
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M1 analyse different types of business information and their sources
In Project LYD they use different forms of business information to communicate as a business, in this section of my work I am going to investigate the different types of business information that exists in the organisation that I am looking at. They are many different forms of business that will be used for project LYD for communication such as verbal communication, like meetings and conferences, written like emails, onscreen like presentations, multimedia like TV ads and films. And finally web based like facebook, MSN, and Twitter. All of these types of information are important to a project LYD as each one is used when different types of information.
Written communication. Written communication consists of memos, reports, bulletins, job descriptions, employee manuals, electronic mail, Internet Web sites, letters, proposals, telegrams, faxes, postcards, contracts, advertisements, brochures, and news releases. The effectiveness of written communication depends on the style of writing, vocabulary used, grammar, clarity and precision of language. This can kind of communication is very effective for project LYD; this is because you can communicate with various people involved in the business for example this could be the employees, suppliers, or any body else involved in the company. Also you can send of emails to anybody who has joined your web site, informing them on recent offers of the company. Because project LYD is a relatively small business it’s important for them to develop effective written communication methods. This kind of communication is very wide spread and can consist of clients, vendors, and other members of the business community. They are many advantages of written communication, One advantage is that written messages do not have to be delivered on the spur of the moment; instead, they can be edited and revised several times before they are sent so that the content can be adjusted to the best it can be. Another advantage is that written communication provides a permanent record of the messages that have been sent and can be saved for later study. Since they are permanent,