1000 results for “Electronic Communication”.
Electronic communication has become one of the most important methods for people to communicate with one another in recent years. Spielberg (1999) noted that patients have sought to utilize electronic communication with their physicians. In the past, he argued, a variety of exchanges were utilized, including in-person visits, telephone, pagers and voicemail, so it was only natural that communication between patients and those within the medical profession would be extended to the realm of electronic communication. Thus, the market has driven the need for health care organizations to begin to explore how they can use electronic communication methods such as email, the Internet, online chats or even SMS messaging to bridge the communication gap with their patients. hile the market may demand new methods of communication be developed, there are risks inherent to the medical profession that present challenges or obstacles to facilitating the market-demanded electronic communication methods.
Spielberg, A. (1999). Online without a net: Physician-patient communication by electronic mail. American Journal of Law & Medicine. Vol. 15 (1999) 267-295.
Hassol, A.; Walker, J.; Kidder, D.; Rokita, K.; Young, D.; Pierdon, S.; Deitz, D.; Kuck, S. & Ortiz, E. (2004). Patient experiences and attitudes about access to a patient electronic health care record and linked web messaging. Journal of the American Medical Information Association. Vol. 11 (6) 505-513.
Winkelman, W.; Leonard, K. & Kossos, P. (2005). Patient-perceived usefulness of electronic medical records: Employing grounded theory in the development of information and communication technologies for use by patients living with chronic illness. Journal of American Medical Information Association. Vol. 12 (3) 306-314.
Wager, K.A., Lee, F.W., & Glaser, J.P. (2009). Health care information systems: A practical approach for health care management (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Electronic communication such as texting and emailing are not as effective as talking face-to-face with someone.
Premises/Data: Studies have showed that without face-to-face interaction, the lack of nonverbal cues, facial emotions prevents successful communication and hinders growth in a relationship. One study of preteens at a summer camp found that with just five days without electronics, the children showed improvement in there nonverbal communication skills (Uhls et al., 2014). We already know that non-verbal communication is a significant portion of communication, that when presented with a person face-to-face, as little as 7% of communication was verbal (Yaffe, 2011). Thus, these preteens were improving immediately their ability to comprehend what is in many cases the majority of communication messages.
Studies of virtual teams have found that people are even inclined to interpret email text for non-verbal messages. The problem with doing so is that we tend to use shorthand for this, for example…
Bitti, P. & Garotti, P. (2011). Nonverbal communication and cultural differences: Issues for face-to-face communication over the Internet. face-to-face Communication Over the Internet. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Cheshin, A., Rafaeli, A. & Bos, N. (2011). Anger and happiness in virtual teams: Emotional influences of text and behavior on others' affect in the absence of non-verbal cues. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol. 116 (1) 2-16.
Uhls, Y., Michikyan, M., Morris, J., Garcia, D., Small, G., Zgourou, E. & Greenfield, P. (2014). Five days at outdoor education camp without screens improves preteen skills with nonverbal emotion cues. Computers in Human Behavior. Vol. 39 (Oct 2014) 387-392.
Yaffe, P. (2011). The 7% rule, fact, fiction or misunderstanding. Ubiquity Vol. 2011 (Oct) 1-5.
Electronic communication has increased the availability and speed at which financial information is made public. Announcements and stock prices are made available in real time. Aggregated and historical information is widely available on information aggregator sites like Yahoo Finance. Annual reports are publicly available, and securities regulators insist that they be made publicly available.
The increased availability of financial information about companies serves to improve both the transparency and liquidity of financial markets. Investors of all types and abilities now have access to the information that they need to make information decisions. That all companies must produce consistent financial statements according to GAAP also helps with the transparency of financial information. ith easy access to this information, investors can become more educated and more confident. Ultimately, this improves investor confidence in the system and liquidity in the market, improving the market's function.
Because publishing this material improves the function of capital…
Reitmans 2005 Annual Report, in possession of the author
Alimentation Couche-Tard Annual Report 2010. Retrieved May 3, 2011 from http://www.couche-tard.com/corporatif/modules/AxialRealisation/img_repository/files/documents/relation-investisseur/Rapport%20annuel/Annual%20report%202010.pdf
Intelligence Systems in Corrections
In a bureaucratic organization, communication typically flows from the top down. One of the problems is that when a decision has to work its way up the hierarchy, a lot of knowledge and passion gets lost along the way. This occurs frequently when there are complex or big decisions that need to be made (Police Chief, 2010). This points to a couple of ways that communication in such organizations can be improved. First, decision-making can be pushed lower down. The fewer layers between the decision maker and the decision stakeholders, the less likely there is to be gaps in the information that is utilized to make the decision. Higher-ups can be informed of decisions, but a greater level of empowerment for lower-level leaders to make decisions would allow for more information to be communicated to the decision-maker, thereby improving the quality of decision-making. The second issue is…
The Police Chief (2010). Retrieved April 5, 2016 from http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/naylor/CPIM0810/index.php#/102
Stojkovic, Chapter 3, 4
Wolf's book, based on a number of scholarly articles she wrote during the last several years, looks at the manner in which women have been portrayed in the Broadway musical, and the references and relevance of those portraits to society's expectations of the time.
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Cary, S. (2003). A Beginner's Guide to the Scientific Method. New York: Wadsworth.
Cresswell, J. (2003). esearch Design. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Ferguson, M. (2010). Choice Feminism and the Fear of Politics. Perspectives on Politics.
8 (1): 247-63.
Gehrke, P. (2009). The Ethics and Politics of Speech: Communications and hetoric in the 20th Century. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press
Hesse-Biber, S., ed. (2011). Handbook of Feminist esearch: Theory and Praxis. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
Leung, K., et.al. (2008). Global Trends in Communication Education and esearch. Boston, MA: Hampton Press.
Levinson, W., et.al. (2010). Developing Physician Communication Skills for Patient Centered Care. Health Affairs. 29 (7): 1310-18.
Communication Studies. (2012). Retrieved from: http://www.communicationstudies.com/
Cary, S. (2003). A Beginner's Guide to the Scientific Method. New York: Wadsworth.
Cresswell, J. (2003). Research Design. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Ferguson, M. (2010). Choice Feminism and the Fear of Politics. Perspectives on Politics.
Fans of science fiction are fond of recalling a remark by novelist Arthur C. Clarke, to the effect that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. I am currently typing these sentences onto a laptop, where I am also currently watching a grainy YouTube video of the legendary magician Harry Houdini, performing one of his legendary escapes -- from a straitjacket, in this case. Houdini is probably the most famous stage magician of the twentieth century, as witnessed by the fact that his name is familiar to my generation although he died almost a century ago. If Houdini were to suddenly reappear in front of me right now -- in the flesh, I mean, and not merely on YouTube -- how would I explain to him that the way in which all of this is taking place? To someone who has been dead for a century, the notion…
Abbate, Janet. Inventing the Internet. Boston: MIT Press, 1999. Print.
Babbage, Charles. Table of the Logarithms of the Natural Numbers from 1 to 108000 by Charles Babbage, Esq., M.A. London: Clowes and Sons, 1841. Print.
Babbage, Charles. "On a method of expressing by signs the action of machinery." Address to the Royal Society, 1826. Web.
Bryant, John H. "Heinrich Hertz's Experiments and Experimental Apparatus: His Discovery of Radio Waves and His Delineation of Their Properties." In Baird, Davis; Hughes, R.I.G.; and Nordman, Alfred. Heinrich Hertz: Classical Physicist, Modern Philosopher. Hingham, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998. Print.
Electronic Certificates of Medical Necessity: A Proposal
Medical billing can now become a relatively painless process for the personal in a medical facility through the electronic filing of certificates of medical necessity (e-CMN). Manually filling out paperwork is very time consuming, and is not very cost effective. However, the technological advancements created in the area of medical billing are very efficient. While many offices now fax the CMN's, the incorporation of e-CMN's into the medical office and billing process, decreases overhead costs, reduces paperwork, and helps substantially with the on-going battle to comply with the ever-changing Medicare requirements. While each of the previous reasons is enticing enough to consider incorporating e-CMN's into the office routine, the increase of revenue is certainly a major benefit and is the direct result of the time reduction with the filing process.
Billy Tauzin, chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce, clarified his concern…
Bachenheimer, C. (2001, Aug. 1). Something out of nothing. Home Care Magazine. Retrieved April 13, 2004 at http://homecaremag.com/ar/medical_something_nothing/index.htm .
Business Wire. (2004, Feb. 13). American association for homecare and Trac Medical Solution agree on industry wide ecmn solution. ProQuest Document: 545984641 http://gateway.proquest.com/openurl-url_ver=Z39.882004&res_dat=xri:pqd&rft_val_fmt=info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:journal&genre=article&rft_txri:pqd:did=000000545984641&svc_dat=xri:pqil:fmt
McClinton, D. (2001). E-CMN's. Home Care Magazine. Retrieved April 13, 2004, at http://homecaremag.com/ar/medical_ecmns/index.htm .
The two parties can exchange information, including specific data and necessary reports, in a quick and efficient manner. With the aid of this procurement method, information is exchanged more efficiently than with the use of traditional communication channels, and the overall organizational processes are better supported (Best Price Computers, 2010).
f) Electronic data interchange
The electronic interchange of data was the first process of electronic communication, dating back at least two decades, and being itself older than electronic commerce. Electronic data interchange refers to the communications underwent by two or more economic agents in the scope of completing their business operations.
The electronic interchange of data is generally occurring between two economic agents, in which case it is called B2B communications (business to business). The interchange of data is commonly characterized by the exchange of information within the virtual community of data which would traditionally be found in five categories of business…
Chaffey, D., E-business and e-commerce management: strategy, implementation and practice, 3rd edition, Pearson Education, 2006
Schneider, G.P., Electronic commerce, Cengage Learning, 2010
Havaldar, Business marketing: text and cases, 3rd edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2010
Plummer, R., Contracting and procurement optimization 501, Curtin University
Communication, particularly in a global economy is critical to success. Communication allows individuals to discuss ideas and notions in a common language and format. It allows for the exchange of ideas that can ultimately help improve the well being of an individual, a company, or society overall. The healthcare industry is no different in this regard. In fact communication is paramount to the success of the industry overall. Management must be able to properly disseminate information to subordinates to drive both profitability and service. Subordinates must be able to freely communicate findings or ideas that can help improve the healthcare facility overall. Management must be able to listen to recommendation to guide the overall direction of the healthcare firm. As such, communication skills are a key competency for a nurse manager.
To achieve better communication skills one must first practice communicating. It is through this practice that I personally developed my…
1) Schramm, W. (1954). How communication works. In W. Schramm (Ed.), The process and effects of communication (pp. 3 -- 26). Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois Press
Communications Audit eport: A Case Study of Walmart Inc.
A Case Study of Walmart Inc.: Communications Audit eport
Wal-Mart is the world's largest retailer, and the world's largest company by revenues. A communications audit was conducted to determine the effectiveness of the company's communication strategy. This report presents the findings of that audit. It shows the specific media and channel used to communicate with internal and external stakeholders.
Communications Audit eport: A Case Study of Walmart Inc.
Walmart is an American-based multinational corporation headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas. The company was founded in 1962 with the aim of providing discount goods to customers to enable them live better. It went public in October 1969 to facilitate the achievement of this vision. Today, the company operates over 11,000 stores in 27 countries, dealing in a wide range of merchandise including foodstuffs, groceries, clothing, furniture, apparel, toys, electronics and clothing. It is home to over 2.2 million…
Chandler, D. & Munday, R. (2013). A Dictionary of Media and Communication. Oxford, NY: Oxford University Press.
Downs, C. W. & Adrian, A. D. (2012). Assessing Organizational Communication: Strategic Communications Audit.New York, NY: Guilford Publications.
Gray, D. (2012). The Connected Company. Sebastopol, CA: O'Reilly Media Inc.
Newsom, D., Turk, J. & Kruckeberg, D. (2012). This is PR: The Realities of Public Relations (11th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.
e-Mail more effective.
Email is a compressed format of communication. When communicating by email, it is essential to be brief and succinct. Don't try to communicate too much in a single email. It is also important to be clear. Have a subject line with a distinct title and keep sentences short and pithy.
It is also easy to be overly casual when communicating via email. emember to read over the document to ensure that it sounds professional and that no misunderstandings are likely to arise because of the wording.
Timeliness is also important regarding email. Usually emails are sent because a quick response is needed. Leaving emails unanswered until you can get to them may negate the value of your response.
Don't clutter up people's inboxes with mass emails or emails they don't need to see, otherwise they will begin to delete what you send them without really reading. Don't cc large volumes…
Alba, D. (2014). An app that uses AI to pick outfits for you. Wired. Retrieved from:
Accordingly, the presence of baseline fallacies and perceived individual contributions are inherent to electronic brainstorming technologies that impair its productivity.
Electronic brainstorming may eliminate some perceived barriers encountered with verbal or traditional brainstorming. In spite of perceived barriers with either electronic or traditional brainstorming, it is a popular method of group interaction in both educational and business settings. Although, expert arguments continue about its productivity, brainstorming is still a widely used method for developing creative solutions in a group setting. As variations and improvements evolve, brainstorming research will ensue to study its productivity effectiveness. Within the educational arena, its use will improve student engagement and educator's contribution to enhance and to further academia causes. Insomuch, viable solutions are spawned from uninhibited input, thus resulting in a higher probability of quality problem solving.
Easton, AG 1992, 'Teaching in the electronic boardroom', Journal Of Education For Business, 67, 3, p. 137, Professional Development…
Easton, AG 1992, 'Teaching in the electronic boardroom', Journal Of Education For Business, 67, 3, p. 137, Professional Development Collection, EBSCOhost, viewed 13 December 2011.
Cooper, W, Gallupe, R, & Bastianutti, L 1990, 'Electronic vs. Non-electronic brainstorming', Academy Of Management Best Papers Proceedings, pp. 237-241, Business Source Complete, EBSCOhost, viewed 13 December 2011.
Coskun, H. 2011, 'The Effects of Group Size, Memory Instruction, and Session Length on the Creative Performance in Electronic Brainstorming Groups', Educational Sciences: Theory And Practice, 11, 1, pp. 91-95, ERIC, EBSCOhost, viewed 13 December 2011.
Gallupe, R, Dennis, A, Cooper, W, Valacich, J, Bastianutti, L, & Nunamaker, J 1992, 'Electronic brainstorming and group size', Academy Of Management Journal, 35, 2, pp. 350-369, Business Source Complete, EBSCOhost, viewed 13 December 2011.
Communication in organizations includes all the means, both formal and informal, by which information is passed up, down, and across the network of managers and workers in a business. These various types of communication may be used to distribute official information between workers and management, to trade hearsay and rumors, or anything in between. The dispute for businesses is to control these countless communications so they serve to advance customer relations, encourage employee satisfaction, build knowledge-sharing all through the organization, and most significantly, improve the firm's competitiveness (Communication in Organizations, 2012).
Communication is one of the most prevailing and important activities in organizations. Basically, relationships grow out of communication, and the functioning and survival of organizations is based on effectual relationships amid individuals and groups. Additionally organizational capabilities are developed and carried out through intensely social and communicative processes. Communication helps people and groups manage activities to attain goals, and it's…
Aul, P. & Siira, K. (2010). Organizational Communication and Conflict Management
Systems. Nordicom Review, 31(1), p. 125-141.
Berger, B.K. (2008). Employee/Organizational Communications. Retrieved from http://www.instituteforpr.org/topics/employee-organizational-communications/
Boesky, J. (2011). Active Listening. Retreived from http://www.johnboesky.com/activelistening.php
Communication is a fundamental facet in any production plant or organization. There are various communication channels and applications in the world of communication. Communication modalities are present in almost every organization. Different entities of growth and production require a diversity of communication channels. For instance, different communication channels can be involved like e-mails, web-based forums, and electronic medical records.
Communication modality used for marketing in health care
Web-based forums are one of the trusted communication channels between consumers and health care providers in the world. The existence of technology has necessitated establishment of online channels where health care service providers are able to interact with consumers in remote senses. For instance, it has become easy for a client in any part of the world to access web-based forums that are provided through the internet. Through web-based forums, clients access a diversity of information and communication from the service providers' offices…
Ball, M.J., & Hannah, K.J. (2011). Nursing informatics: Where technology and caring meet.
Nelson, R., Joos, I.M., & Wolf, D.M. (2013). Social media for nurses: Educating practitioners and patients in a networked world. New York, NY: Springer Pub. Co.
Speares, P.A. (2008). Acoustic communication modalities of the round goby (Neogobius
News Reporting on Crimes, Corruption, and worsening Economic Conditions:
News channels also telecast detailed reports on crimes, corruption, political instability, and worsening conditions of economies. General public, which is already in a miserable condition due to a stressful life further gets into tensions and worries due to such type of information. These reports present a very weird picture of what is happening around the world. All this creates an atmosphere of restlessness, anxiety, and depression among the general public (Kraut & Attewell).
Impacts of Information overload on Investors:
Investing in a particular asset, organization, or industry is such a decision which requires a comprehensive and careful analysis of the relevant facts and figures. Generally, investors look at the industry trends over the last few years in a view to anticipate the attractiveness and potential of their investment. Now-a-days, there are various sources through which they can obtain this information. But the problem arises…
Bondarouk, Tanya. Handbook of research on e-transformation and human resources management technologies: organizational outcomes and challenges. Hershey: Information Science Reference, 2009. Print. (412)
Costigan, Sean & Perry, Jake. Cyberspaces and global affairs. Burlington: Ashgate Publishers, 2012. Print. (p. 319)
Eppler, Martin. Managing information quality: increasing the value of information in knowledge-intensive products and processes. New York: Springer, 2006. (p. 2)
Kraut, Robert & Attewell, Paul. Media Use in a Global Corporation: Electronic Mail and Organizational Knowledge. 6 July 1996. Web. 16 March 2012.
In the case of electronic ticketing, while the overall risk of the actual process of electronic ticketing has proven to be minimal for implementation, it is still very important that we run risk evaluation tests in order to see if the integration of the model of electronic ticketing will gel into out company structure as well as it has for other business structures.
Each of these eight areas is established throughout the process of any project management. In the very first stage of initiation, keeping in mind the phenomenon of electronic ticketing and its history, it will be very important to establish an integration program and a scope dimension in order to make clear the overall implementation process of the new technology across the company. Developing a business case here will therefore serve the purpose of defining the integration strategies and the overall potential scope of the technology within the…
Holtzman, J. (1999). Getting Up to Standard. in: PM Network 13 (12)
Heerkens, G.R. (2007). Project Management: 24 steps to help you master any project. McGraw-Hill Companies Inc.
IATA, (2009). Electronic Ticketing for Passengers. Retrieved from: www.iata.org/stbsupportportal
IATA, (2009). Simplifying the Business. Retrieved from: http://www.iata.org/stb/e-ticketing/
Effective communications between doctors and nurses has always been a high priority in the medical field, especially in an arena such as a hospital, health clinic or hospice. Communicating effectively between the nurses and the doctors is especially important in a hospice setting due to the fact that the patient is usually suffering the most; both with the physical and the emotional pain and suffering that is being experienced as the patient nears death.
One recent study determined that "doctors and nurses have different but complementary roles in what, when and how treatment choices are negotiated with patients" (Mccullough, Mckinlay, Barthow, Moss, Wise, 2010, p. 482) and the treatment choices when facing death are decisions that should not be taken lightly, either by the involved nurses or the doctors. The decisions taking place in the hospice setting will often determine how much pain and suffering the patient will endure before the…
Basch, E.; (2010) The missing voice of patients in drug-safety reporting, New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 362, Issue 10, pp. 865-869
Bezzina, A.J.; (2009) Prevalence of advance care directives in aged care facilities of the Northern Illawarra, Emergency Medicine Australia, Vol. 21, Issue 5, pp. 379 -- 385
Byrnes, J.; Braden, J.; James, G.; Broadus, T.; Owen, R.; (2011) Implementing an electronic medical record (EMR) in an integrated delivery system Sharp Healthcare (SHC) San Diego, California, accessed on September 25, 2011 at http://proceedings.amia.org/1alo2n/
David, S.E.; Ahmed, Z.; Salek, M.S.; Finlay, A.Y.; (2005) Does enough quality of life related discussion occur during dermatology outpatient consultations? The Journal of Dermatology, Vol. 153, pp. 997 -- 1000
In a study entitled Lost on the Web: Does Web Distribution Stimulate or Depress Television Viewing?, it was found out that Web distribution of TV programs positively influenced the overall viewing of TV network programming (Waldfogel, 2007). A joint poll by America Online and the Associated Press reports that 80% of their respondents say that their TV viewing habits remain unchanged despite having consumed online videos. It can be inferred, therefore, that Web distribution of network material can actually become a form of free advertising.
ESACH QUESTIONS and HYPOTHESES
The review of the literature and the study framework lead to the following research questions: Does downloading or online viewing of shows play a role in the TV viewing habits of University students? What are the motivations that drive these students who prefer online downloading and viewing over watching shows aired in cable TV?
It is likewise the review of the related studies…
Allen, D. (2007, August). Top 10 Video Sharing sites. PC World Magazine.
Aughton, S. (2005, October 11). P2P activity doubles in two years. PC Pro. Downloaded at http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/78525/p2p-activity-doubles-in-two-years.html
CIO Online magazine. (2005, October). June Statistics Reveal Online Video Popularity. Downloaded at http://126.96.36.199/cmo/metrics/viewmetric.cfm?METRIC=866
Foulke, N. (2000, December). The history of Napster (a quick and dirty version). The Bi-College News Online. Downloaded at http://www.biconews.com/article/view/3390
isk analysis projects are relatively expensive, and were so even in the mainframe computing era, because they involved the collection and evaluation of a significant volume of data. Earlier risk studies were conducted by in house staff or consultants and the in house people did not have much experience regarding the matter and the consultants did not know much about the requirements of the organization.
Presently, the familiarization task has become more complicated with the complex, multi-site networked and client server-based technology used now. A new system has developed now and here the first description is of the security entry classification and this classification involves object identifiers which will help the security officer to work. For developing this system, the risk assessors have significant knowledge of operating systems, the documentation procedures are versatile and comprehensive enough to makes the data collection task achievable and since the basic system is ready,…
Greenemeier, Larry. Behind The Numbers: Linux Gets High Marks for Security. 11 July, 2005.
Retrieved at http://www.informationweek.com/story/showArticle.jhtml;jsessionid=VFUJTNBW0C3TYQSNDBCCKHSCJUMEKJVN?articleID=165700960Accessed 9 October, 2005
Koerner, Brendan I. In Computer Security, a Bigger Reason to Squirm. The New York Times.
September 7, 2003. Retrieved at http://www.newamerica.net/index.cfm?pg=article&DocID=1348Accessed 9 October, 2005
The world of advertisement has greatly revolved and there are several changes that each company must follow in order to have the market presence and be at par with the competition that are in the same market. This particular marketing and campaign strategy will be on electronics line that is yet to be produced.
The primary objective is to reach as many as possible people within the U.S.A. And across the world with the brand name hence sensitizing them of the entry of the brand name.
The new line will get involved in Sports sponsorship to give it a global platform to showcase some of its latest inventions and act as a brand ambassador for the company. Millions of dollars will be spent over years in aggressive advertisement at such sports events which will give the customers a chance to see the products hence creating more awareness and accessing the…
Macdermott, (2011). Modern Marketing Methods. Retrieved October 12, 2013 http://www.flyingsolo.com.au/marketing/business-marketing/modern-marketing-methods
A typical in-building wireless telephone system, such as systems provided by SpectraLink Corporation, seamlessly integrates to the hospital's existing telephone system." (TechRepublic, 2005)
The work of Alpay, Toussaint, and Schonk (2004) entitled: "Supporting Healthcare Communication Enabled by Information and Communication Technology: can HCI and Related Cognitive Aspects Help? states that communication in healthcare "...makes up an important part of the healthcare professionals' daily practices. Communication encompasses different forms of interaction and dissemination of health-related information, and takes place in contexts such as patient/healthcare professional relationships, and collaborative care. While Information and Communication Technology (ICT) offers a useful means to support the accessibility, the exchange and the sharing of information, the cognitive complexity of these communication processes often remains undermined. Much can be learned from research in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) with its focus on cognitive aspects." (Alpay, Toussaint, and Schonk, 2004)
SUMMARY and CONCLUSION
Information and communication technology in healthcare promises to…
Wi-Fi, Health Care, and HIPAA: WLAN Management in the Modern Hospital (2006) Healthcare Services BNET. April 2006. Online available at http://jobfunctions.bnet.com/abstract.aspx?docid=255604&promo=100511
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Furthermore, the papers gave people a pretext for discussion, creating social habits and encouraging social patterns.
The impact of Gutenberg's discovery was profound in all aspects of society. Years later a similar boom was prefigured by another discovery - the Internet: worldwide connectivity in real-time. And the world faces new pressures for adaptation. The habit of quietly reading the paper tends to become obsolete, being replaced by numerous gadgets that can bring news faster to the eyes and ears of the spectators.
I believe that computers and online papers will eventually completely replace newsprint due to the advantages that they bring in term of speed and access. But it will take another sociological cycle, the passing of another few generations. The young people who now grow with the Internet will find it easier to search information electronically, because it corresponds to the psychological profile shaped throughout their childhood. They are tuned…
Communication Management and Organizational Change
Communication management in the organization and most specifically in the organizational change environment is critically important. The work of Heathfield entitled "Communication in Change Management" state that it is impossible to "over-communicate when you are asking your organization to change." (2011, p.1) According to Heathfield, there are four critical components of effective communication as follows:
(1) The person sending the message must ensure that the message is presented clearly with great detail and that the message be perceived as containing integrity and that the message be authentic;
(2) The individual reading the message must make the decision to listen and to ask questions to ensure clarity and finally must trust the message's sender;
(3) The method of delivery must be chosen as appropriate for the context and for the needs of the sender and receiver of the message;
(4) The message content must resonate and connect with the pre-formed beliefs…
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Cohen, Eli and Tichy, Noel. "How Leaders Develop Leaders" in Training in Development. May 1997 pp. 58-73
DiFonzo, N., & Bordia, P. (1998). A tale of two corporations: managing uncertainty during organizational change. Human Resources Management, 37, 295-303. Retrieved May 10, 2006, from the LIRN, ProQuest database.
mGAMES would benefit from sure and reliable contracts, help in adapting to the new requirements and additional research funds. The benefits adherent to a process of negotiation are sometimes considered synonyms with the goals of a negotiation process. However a distinction must be made in that the goals refer to the future, or the expected benefits, whereas the actual benefits are more realistic and secure.
A mutual benefit would be that of generating a combined ability to strengthen the market position. This would ultimately result in a superior position relative to the competition. "Competition in the emerging handled device industry was fierce. Essentially well established PC manufacturers, every telecom manufacturer, most electronics manufacturers and many other sought to become players in this multi-billion dollar segment. New technologies and new models were constantly being released. Color capability, communication capabilities, screen, size, processor speed, AM capacity, overall size of the unit and…
Hill, S., 2002, mGAMES, Richard Ivey School of Business, the University of Western Ontario
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Welsh, S.G., 2003, Managing and Leading: 52 Lessons Learned for Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers
The librarians also allowed students to vet their services and give reports that analyzed their service delivery.
The librarians also provided questionnaires that contained questions that were inquisitive of; directions and building locations, reference and general library information etc. The librarians contacted 28 people over a period of two weeks only, which was an average turn up for the research. The target group was well established, as the librarians targeted students and the community, which were the most frequent users of the library. It would have been unjust to choose a group that hardly did any academic research. The data gathered was also reliable and relevant, because it came directly from the users of the electronic library, and they were in the best position to understand what affected their research. The researches were lenient enough to avoid biasness, as they were gender sensitive and did their sampling sensitively. The methods…
Okladot (2012). Contents of a Research Proposal. Retrieved 19 October, 2012 from http://www.okladot.state.ok.us/hqdiv/p-r-div/spr-rip/spr-pdf/submission.pdf
("Home Confinement / Electronic Monitoring," n. d.)
House arrest or home confinement started as a program to handle particularly as a sentencing substitute meant for drunk drivers, but rapidly spread over to a number of other offender populations in a lot of jurisdictions. Depending on the nature of crime committed by the offenders, home confinement has been designed with various degrees of stages of restrictions. These can vary from ordinary curfews to complete confinement. For instance, the home confinement program of the Federal courts extends three separate levels of restrictions under the U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services, 2000. Under the first level ie., curfew, it requires the program participants to stay at home daily during certain time periods. Under the second level house arrest it requires on the part of the participants to stay at home round the clock save for attending to work, school, treatment etc. which must be…
Black, Matt; Smith, Russell G. (n. d.) "Electronic Monitoring in the Criminal Justice System"
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Situational Overview - The situation involves two individuals within a department inside a large industrial organization, Bing (employee) and Hart (supervisor). It appears that Bing is taking 2-3 electronic panels to his workbench, inspecting them together, and charging double or triple set-up time for his work. Hart has received a number of complaints about this and finally confronted Bing. Bing was upset about the confrontation, and brought in the Union representative.
Bing's view is that Hart is negatively focused on him directly, jealous because he has musical talent and works outside of the job. He portrayed Hart's comments as sarcastic and puerile, without anything constructive to say. Hart's view is that Bing is cheating and has been asked several times to stop the behaviors, but refuses to do so. Hart believes that he has the responsibility to the company to ensure honesty, and simply can no longer tolerate Bing's abuse…
Gregory, N. (February 26, 2010). 12 Secrets of Effective Business Communication. NOUPE. Retrieved from: http://www.noupe.com/how-tos/12-secrets-of-effective-business-communication.html
Shaw, M. (September 8, 2003). Hearing vs. Listening. Network World. Retrieved from: http://www.networkworld.com/newsletters/2003/0908manage1.html
Communication in Healthcare: Crucial Conversations
A crucial conversation which I was a part of recently involved an experience which concerned a patient going through end of life care. During this conversation I had to bring to the other nurse's attention the fact that some of her actions were offending the patient and the patient's family and that during this difficult time that really was not acceptable. For example, during the conversation I explained to the nurse that eye contact with this middle eastern ethnic group was supposed to be avoided, as was pointing as both were considered extremely offensive. The other nurse also tried to prevent candles from being lit and folk dishes from being eaten in the room. I explained to her that within this culture it was an inherent and important part of the ritual of death and a way to honor the dying. It was apparent that the…
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(4th ed.). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.
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The procedure generates stress not only for the employees but also for the manager. It generates a toxic work atmosphere and bad feelings everywhere. One will be under a microscope as the remaining workers will cautiously watch everything one does. If dealt with badly one will have efficiency and confidence troubles for months to come (How to Layoff Employees without Sacrificing Compassion, n.d.).
To be effectual and diminish problems, one must systematize all the particulars ahead of time. One must have severance packages, layoff letters, explanations of benefits, and all other relevant documents organized and ready to go. A company should make corporate outplacement services accessible to the leaving workers. Outplacement services will alleviate the blow and offer sympathetic support to aid former workers. This will affect how the remaining workers as well as consumers outlook about the company (How to Layoff Employees without Sacrificing Compassion, n.d.).
Managers must make sure…
Bauer, Talya and Erdogan, Berrin. (n.d.). You've Got Mail…and You're Fired! The Case of RadioShack. Retrieved from http://www.flatworldknowledge.com/pub/organizational-behavior-v1.1/198746#web-198746
How to Layoff Employees without Sacrificing Compassion. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.howtolayoffemployees.com/
Joyce, Amy. (2006). Fired Via E-Mail, And Other Tales of Poor Exits. Retrieved from http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp -
Dennis should have first confronted Zack about the issue to find out what was going on. If he could not get any satisfaction there then taking the issue to Tim would have been appropriate. Another solution that could have taken place would be for Dennis to report the issue to an ethics hotline in order to have it investigated by neutral parties. This of course could only happen if the company has such a line and policy in place. This type of system helps by providing employees with a way to report things that happen within the company without having to have confrontational discussions with possible offending parties.
If an electronic mail (e-mail) system is utilized within a business, the employer owns it and is permitted to look at its contents whenever it wants. Messages that are sent inside the company as well as those that are sent from any…
Workplace Privacy and Employee Monitoring. (2011). Retrieved from http://www.privacyrights.org/fs/fs7-work.htm#4
Many times a person is born with a condition that requires, or acquires the need for, augmentive communication. Due some form of deficit the individual is not able to communicate in a manner normally used to communicate. Due to this inability the individual may need some form of assistance to interact normally with others and express their ideas. This paper defines augmentive communication, and provides examples of how devices are used to enhance the communication abilities of students in special education classrooms.
Actually, every person uses this type of communication because verbal expressions are just a small part of actual communication. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASLHA, 2011) defines augmentive communication as "all forms of communication (other than oral speech) that are used to express thoughts, needs, wants, and ideas." The website says that this is includes all of the nonverbals people use to communicate every day. The ASLHA (2011) says…
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASLHA). (2011). Augmentive and alternative communication. Retrieved from http://www.asha.org/public/speech/disorders/AAC.htm
Burkhart, L.J. (2011). Simplified technology. Retrieved from http://www.lburkhart.com/
Communication Effectiveness of Made at TU Organization
Made at TU Organization is an organization that existed at The University of Tulsa since the 1970s in order to help mechanical engineering students fund their projects. The organization was founded after the then Dean, Steve Bellovich, became interested in the efforts by mechanical engineering students at the institution to develop projects that help meet the needs of the local residents suffering from physical and developmental disabilities (The University of Tulsa, n.d.). Since its inception, Made at TU has developed to become an important student organization in this academic institution through leadership and service. The main objective/goal of Made at TU is to utilize the university's mechanical engineering students to help enhance the lives of people with disabilities. This paper focuses on examining communication effectiveness at the organization given the value of its social service aspects to the university's students and faculty.
Methodology for Assessing…
Communication between nurses is an important instrument for professionals to deliver safe, quality healthcare as a team. Therefore, provision of quality healthcare in hospitals, depends entirely on the capability of the health practitioners to communicate efficiently between each other. However, little healthcare education addresses inter-professional communication, and this may account for the major medical errors. In addition, communication is significant given the interdependence of professionals and the important role they play towards providing quality patient care. Various factors constitute effective and ineffective communication (Manjlovich, Antonakos and onis, 2010). espect is a factor that may facilitate effective communication while negligence is a factor that may facilitate ineffective communication.
The operating room is a crucial facility in the hospital setting. Many of the errors that arise in the operating room result from failed communication between the nurses, healthcare team and the patient. In addition, there are factors that may bring about failed…
Manajlovich, M., Antonakos, L.C., & Ronis, L.D. (2009). Intensive Care Units,
Communication Between Nurses and Physicians, and Patient Outcomes. American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, 18(1), 21-30
Marshall, S., Harrison, J., & Flangan, B. (2009). The Teaching of Structured Tool
Improves the Clarity and Content of Inter-professional Clinical Communication. Quality and Safety in Health Care, 18(2), 137-140.
E-Mail in Business Communication
E-mail: History, elation, and Impact on effective Business Communication
Email in Business Communication
Impact of Email to Business Communication
Implications of Emails as Business Communication Tools
Email is an important form of communication in today's organization that is increasingly seeing a geographical dispersal of the workforce. To communication tool has replaced traditional business letters and memos in preference for email memos. The research carried out a review of literature on email and business communication and found the tool is used in 100% of businesses today. However, despite the wide acceptance, the tool lacks in social and visual cues which lender the messages toneless. The lack of tone and physical gestures leads to misinterpretation, ill will, disconnectedness, loss of intellectual capital and integrity for the business. The research finds that the informal history of emails, heterogeneity among users, technological limitations in social-emotions, and lack of business communication standards as the cause…
Agnew, D.S., & Hill, K. (2009). Email etiquette recommendation for today's business student. Allied Academies International Conference. Academy of Organizational Culture, Communications, and Conflict. Proceedings, 14(2), 1-5.
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Essentially, securing the electronic frontier is very critical because of the potential harms that cyber crime and fraud cause to individual, businesses and nations as a whole.
One of the effective strategies that could be employed to secure the electronic frontier is the collaboration of the government with the private and public organizations. Increasing number of governments has implemented method to secure the electronic frontier without success. Since corporate organizations are more equipped to counter IT threats than the government, a collaboration of the government with organizations will be more effective.
Moreover, the international organizations such as the United Nations should also play effective roles in securing electronic frontier. The United Nation should make a law to ensure that all member nations are obliged to secure electronic transfer in their respective nations since lack of cross-border treaties for data sharing is creating havoc to corporate organizations. Essentially, some countries such as…
Berkowitz, B. & Hahn, R.W. (2003).Cyber-security: Who's Watching Store? Issue of Science and Technology.
Goel, S. (2011). Cyberwarfare: Connecting the Dots in Cyber Intelligence. Communications of the ACM. 54 (8): 132-140.
Rosenzweig, P. (2012). The International Governance Framework for Cybersecurity. Canada-United States Law Journal.37 (1).
Two of the necessary conditions for the formation of a contract are offer and acceptance. Over the years, courts have faced a number of questions as to what, specifically, constitutes offer and acceptance. Issues relate to wording, timing and medium, among others. The advent of electronic communications, and its constant evolution, has opened the door to more grey areas that ultimately need to be resolved with respect to what constitutes offer and acceptance. A number of issues spring to mind -- is a text message sufficient to be deemed "in writing," is the shorthand in which many electronic communications are written valid for the formation of a legal contract, and what about electronic forms, which are essentially a one-way form of a communication? This paper will examine the case law that surrounds the evolving field of electronic communication, and how case law has dealt with modern methods of communication.
This RIS includes Toshiba digital desktop telephones, plus 24 SpectraLink wireless telephones; these wireless phones were programmed to extend the features and capabilities of the users' desktop telephones to anywhere they roam at the 22-bed hospital; however, other wireless technologies such as cellular, could not be used due to the interference with sensitive medical equipment (Just the right prescription 24). The hospital's chief operating officer, Darryl Thornton, reported, "Being able to be mobile, yet still receive all our telephone calls, has greatly improved our efficiency and productivity. Toshiba's SpectraLink solution was the only one we found that would extend our desktop telephones to the palms of our hands" (Just the right prescription 24). The RIS also accommodated the needs of the hospital's remote users: "The system is so flexible that we were able to connect our remote users and still have it look like they are located at our…
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Electronic monitoring is often necessary to detect violations of company rules and policies and criminal activity. However, the employer must balance its need to protect the company with their employees' rights to privacy. This paper describes steps a business should take to make sure that the employee is treated fairly.
An Acceptable Use policy should be established to inform employees that they will be monitored and for what purposes. This will help to establish trust with employees, gain compliance with electronic communications procedures and prevent unwanted invasion of privacy lawsuits. The Acceptable Use policy should also specify exactly what actions a company will take if an employee does not follow the policy.
When deciding what activities to monitor, the company should select only those that present legitimate business concerns. This area is open for broad interpretation. Some organizations view the use of technology for personal use on business time as a…
There will be significant face-to-face and electronic communication. The second group will have a moderate level of communication, largely electronic. The third group is expected to have stronger resistance. They will therefore receive a high frequency of communication, and significantly more face-to-face communication than the second group.
The project status will be measured and evaluated against set targets and timeframes. The constant communication with the implementation team will allow for rapid escalation of issues, generally on an informal basis. Should an issue become severe enough as to warrant formal discipline, I will escalate it to the VP of Operations under a formal procedure. Each group will have specific objectives and timeframes - signoffs will need to be prompt. This will be subject to significant communication. I will request status updates from divisional management to assist with this task. The rest of the organization will receive communication through standard corporate communication…
No author. (2009). Zero in on the Right Target Audience. Tappernet.com. Retrieved January 30, 2009 at http://www.tappernet.com/marketingworkshop/targetaud.htm
Haynes, Tom (2008). The Three-E Strategy for Overcoming Resistance to Technological Changes. Educause Quarterly. Retrieved January 30, 2009 at http://connect.educause.edu/Library/EDUCAUSE+Quarterly/TheThreeEStrategyforOverc/47686?time=1233336358
Another important factor for Italy is the fact that, although the food and beverage market is shrinking, certain geographic areas in the country are experiencing a lack of this service. This can be used to perpetuate the public perception of scarcity, which can then be mitigated by Kudler's products. In creating a communications strategy for Italy, the two main factors to focus on are therefore nice markets, specific brands and specific geographic areas where the perception of scarcity can be used to sell products (Aruvian 2010).
Advertising and Promotion Programs
Three distinct channels that can be used by marketers for maximum effect include the sales channel, the product channel, and the service channel (Kwik 2009). Specifically, what
Kudler needs to do in its target countries is to differentiate its products in the target markets. In Canada, for example, it needs to specifically differentiate its wines. Although there is an underserved market in Canada,…
Alvin, E. (2010). Italy may run out of grocery stores. Accessed 5 December 2010. http://ffog.net/italy-may-run-out-of-grocery-stores-in-2016-20105742.html
Aruvian, R. (2010). Food retail industry in Italy. Accessed 5 December 2010. http://www.reportlinker.com/p0199296/Food-Retail-Industry-in-Italy-PEST-Framework-Analysis.html
Datamonitor. (2010). Food and Grocery Sales via Key Retail Formats in Italy to 2013. http://www.just-drinks.com/market-research/food-and-grocery-sales-via-key-retail-formats-in-italy-to-2013_id91649.aspx
Kwik, H. (2009). Channel strategy. http://responsiblemarketing.com/blog/2009/10/27/channel-strategy-new-product-marketin
This age is often referred to as the information era: the last two decades have given birth to some of the most staggering advancements that the human race has ever been capable of -- advancements which have changed the way that we live, do business, stay healthy, fight disease and defend our nation. It's vital to have a comprehensive and concrete understanding of some of the more basic concepts which help to shape this technology, particularly because this data is only going to continue to evolve. This data will explore, compare and contrast some of those more basic terms.
Metropolitan Area Network (MAN)
A metropolitan area network (MAN) refers to a massive computer network that generally encompasses a city or a large campus, usually interconnecting a range of number local area networks, while engaging in high-capacity infrastructure technology, including fiber-optical links, and offering up-link services to wider area networks (WAN) including…
Accuhash.com. (2014). What is CRC32? Retrieved from accuhash.com: http://www.accuhash.com/what-is-crc32.html
Charles, S. (2011, June). Importance of Technology. Retrieved from buzzle.com: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/importance-of-technology.html
Janssen, C. (2013). Metropolitan Area Network (MAN). Retrieved from techopedia.com: http://www.techopedia.com/definition/8238/metropolitan-area-network-man
Mitchell, B. (2014). NIC. Retrieved from about.com: http://compnetworking.about.com/od/networkadapters/g/bldef_nic.htm
Intercultural and Multicultural Communication
Countries are no longer confined by borders. Today's society is a global society, and intercultural issues and intercultural communication ave become a part of daily life, weter in business, education or personal. Type 'intercultural education' on Google's searc engine, and over two million Web sites become available. Four suc Web sites are Te Young Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Researc, Te American Council on International Intercultural Education, Te International Association for Intercultural Education, and te University Center for Intercultural Education.
Te University Center for Intercultural Education is designed to cultivate te social and umanity skills of students to enable tem to cope effectively wit te emerging era of globalization, and to become responsible international citizens.
Subjects include electronic communications and information processing, ealt sciences, and foreign languages, wic gives te student te ability to communicate internationally.
Universities around te globe are seeing a major trend in increased awareness…
American Council on International and Intercultural Education
Parent Communication Plan
Parent-teacher communication is one of the bedrocks of education. The reason for this is that education is not something that solely transpires in the classroom. It extends outside its walls and continues on into the real world. The student’s home is one area where education also occurs, and that is not the realm of the teacher but rather of the parent. Thus, to ensure that both parent and teacher are on the same page and are communicating the same vital messages and lessons to the child, it is wise that they themselves communicate with one another, share ideas, and discuss important issues that are likely to be faced by the child (Graham-Clay, 2005). As Merkley, Schmidt, Dirksen and Fuhler (2006) point out, there are many ways in which parent-teacher communication can be conducted today: the face-to-face meeting is always an option, but technological advancements have also made it…
electronic world, communication has become divergent, filled with different meanings and contexts. As an increasing amount of people have become computer literate and have gained access to the Internet, written communication has become an important part of not only business relationships, but also more informal connections, such as those among family and friends. This new medium of communication, and especially the fact that it tends to be immediate, has created its own set of challenges. One of these is the concept that the context within which words are presented is no longer as important as the words themselves. In other words, the fact that words have certain meanings tends to be assumed as a solid, unchangeable fact rather than a fluid one. In this context, it is easy to believe that paragraphs are not necessary for words to make logical meaning. However, it is also true that a well-written…
Brooke, B. (2012). Writers' Corner. Retrieved from: http://www.bobbrooke.com/WritersCorner/paragraphswhentouse.htm
Freedom Personal Development (2009, Oct. 13). Top 10 Tips for More Effective Written Communication. Retrieved from: http://www.deliverfreedom.com/blog/top-10-tips-written-communication/
What are the main communication channels you will apply in your business? Justify
Communication channels are the ways through which individuals within an organization communicate. The communication channel or medium employed to convey a message influences how correctly the message will be received. One of the key communication channels that will be used in the business will be face-to-face communication. This is one of the richest communication channels and will be employed within the organization as it has staff of less than 30 people (Williams, 2016). In addition, this communication channel will facilitate interaction between the speaker and recipients and in elucidating any vagueness. Moreover, as a verbal form of communication, face-to-face communication channel is fitting with respect to obtaining immediate feedback and when there is urgency to communicate (Bauer and Erdogan, 2016). A second communication channel that will be used in the organization is mobile communication. This communication channel is…
Communication Information echnology in Healthcare
Use of Communication and Information echnology in Healthcare
he processes, procedures and strategies healthcare organizations rely on to attain their objectives through collaboration and continual knowledge transfer are being accelerated by the widespread adoption of smartphones globally. More than any other technology, smartphones are revolutionizing how healthcare organizations ensure real-time data and intelligence about patents, procedures for improving patent care, and availability of resources are used. he goals of this analysis include and evaluation of the effectiveness and efficiency of smartphone technology's use in healthcare, including an assessment of their inherent advantages and disadvantages in streamlining information and intelligence workflows. he impact of smartphone technologies on consumers and their cumulative financial impact on health provider organizations over the near- and long-term are also included in this analysis. his analysis concludes with a set of recommendations for clarifying and strengthening the role of smartphones in healthcare-related applications.…
Their small, compact size, highly integrated electronics, advanced Wi-Fi and 3G functionality and pervasive software support have transformed smart phones into the most dominant technology platform in healthcare today (Tounsi, Qureshi, 2008). Their advantages include the configurability to support secured and private communication between medical staffs, high degree of customization at the user interface and application level to support specific medical practice requirements and the ability to use them in networked workgroups protected with secured logins (Johnson, 2011). For all of these advantages however, they have just as many drawbacks including the high cost of configuring them for use within a secured hospital network, the costs of support and continual maintenance given how much activity they see in hospital and healthcare uses and the need to ensure a very high level of data security and compliance to government requirements (Johnson, 2011). Healthcare providers are relying increasingly on Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) to secure smartphone, tablet, laptop and Wi-Fi traffic throughout their treatment care centers and facilities, with many using VPNs across their entire campus locations (Tounsi, Qureshi, 2008). Despite these limitations, smartphones continue to proliferate throughout many of the areas of healthcare that need to have scalable, secured platforms for managing employee data and records.
Impact on Consumers of SmartPhone Technology
Significant and growing quickly, the impact of smartphones on consumers continues to accelerate. As of the beginning of 2012 there are over 60 different Google Android-powered smartphones
Lack of communication in procurement sector has been causing problems for Carson executives. They should try to review the possibility of centralized communication. The second problem is ineffective management of change. In any organization, management of change is highly significant to the overall success of the organization as well as effective introduction of the change process. If change is not effectively communicated, it can lead to serious friction and resistance on part of the employees. With regard to Carson, we understand that the basic problem has been lack of coordination between managers of different plants and locations and hence it is not always easy to communicate with them on various issues including change. Change management must be closely studied to effectively incorporate it in the change process. One theory that the author could have mentioned in his response is Kurt Lewin theory of change which has been widely studied…
Kritsonis, a. 2005. Comparison of change theories. http://nationalforum.com/Electronic%20Journal%20Volumes%5CKritsonis,%20Alicia%20Comparison%20of%20Change%20Theories.pdf
Maki, E. 2005 Communication and knowledge sharing in a decentralized organization. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/wbs/conf/olkc/archive/oklc5/papers/f-2_maeki.pdf
media equation theory and its applications. The author of this paper uses the movie The Truman Show to develop an understanding for the reader of what the Media Equation Theory is and how it can be applied to media examples such as the movie. There were six sources used to complete this paper. The paper is in MLA format.
MEDIA THEORY IN PRACTICE
The technological explosion of the last three decades has taken us to places we never dreamed before were possible. ith each passing year, the technology becomes more linked to human thought and emotions than ever before. Today, there are studies being conducted worldwide to understand the phenomena of people treating their media tools in the same manner that their human interactions are treated. For several years, the habits and protocol of people who work with these questions have been narrowly defined by the rigid demands of research protocol.…
Reeves, Byron. Nass. Clifford. The Media Equation: How People Treat Computers, Television, and New Media Like Real People and Places (C SLI Publications 1997)
This source was a major source for the paper in that it explains the theory itself as well as applies it to several real life media scenarios. The highlights detail the belief of the authors tht we are becoming more ingrained with media tools than ever before and assigning them human like qualities.
Luskin, Bernard J., Toward an understanding of media psychology. (educational CDs) (Technology Information). Vol. 23, THE Journal (Technological Horizons In Education), 02-01-1996, pp 82(3).
This source was a solid source of information for the paper. Its highlights included the discussion of media psychology and the way humans today, interact and feel about their media tools. Many of the facts presented in the paper dovetail with the belief we are integrating more and more with media as if it has feelings, intellect and emotions. The source was viable for the foundational explanation of the theory itself.
electronic discovery and how this practice finds lawyers balancing a very thin line of appropriate applications of electronic evidence within the legal framework of court. The article entitled "Party Plagued by Electronic Discovery Missteps Loses at Trial" was written by Christopher A. Lewis, Mary Ann Mullaney and Stephen A. Orlofsky and can be found in May 3, 2005 edition of The Legal Intelligencer. This source was found courtesy of Law.com.
Electronic discovery can be described as the process during litigation that happens during the traditional discovery of information before going to a trial but it involves the procurement of all electronic information and not just information available on paper. During the last two decades we have nearly seen all forms of data migrate to the digital realm. Craig Ball surmises, "Statisticians estimate that only 5 to 7% of all information is born outside of the computer, and very little even…
Ball, Craig. "Sampling Data's DNA for Discovery: What's 'Inaccessible?'" Law Technology
News 13 April 2005. 23 May 2005
Lewis, Christopher A., Mullaney, Mary Ann, and Orlofsky, Stephen, M. "Party Plagued
By Electronic Discovery Missteps Loses at Trial." The Legal Intelligencer 3 May 2005.
Malone's contention that hierarchies would face more challenges even as real-time integration and databases entered what he saw as the highest level of evolution, Shared Databases, he didn't predict how integration would affect transaction velocity and the corresponding need for distributed order management systems to become the critical link between hierarchy and market structures.
Critique of Malone Article
In defining the shift of hierarchies towards markets, Malone does not go the entire distance of a value chain and analyze the ramifications of real-time integration changing selling and service arrangements. Malone's analysis discusses efficiencies from a myopic perspective; he hasn't opened up the aperture of his analysis to consider how hierarchies and markets can be synchronized to deliver a more personalized, responsive, highly tailored, and very profitable experience to the customer. There are many examples of companies who have gone this last mile so to speak and looked at their value chain…
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email in the business setting and its use for the purpose of communication. The writer takes the reader on an exploratory journey through the uses of email in the business world for communication and presents an overview of the positive and negative aspects of its use. There were four sources used to complete this paper.
The technological explosion of the last few decades has taken mankind to heights never before dreamed possible.
Today, with the click of a mouse one can manage their own stocks, plan and purchase vacations, chat with others around the world and make purchases of anything they want or need. Another positive advent stemming from the technological boom is the invention of email. Electronic mail is the process by which one can send message to another or many others with the click of a mouse. With the invention of email many problems that were an everyday part…
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Health Care continues to undergo fundamental change. Legislation such as the affordable care act has created a much higher percentage of insured citizens. Patent legislation is now allowing for much more competition for popular drugs. Generic drugs in particularly which are cheaper for consumers and much more profitable for producers are now eroding the market share of popular products. Even the use of cloud computing is changing the way care is administered within a facility. Even with these innovations, facilities still struggle with bloated cost structures, inefficient behavior, and lack of staffing. MGH is not different in this regard. It suffers from a large influx of patients with the inability to provide timely care. Below is a description of the issues combined with possible real world solutions.
Describe the current process and identify the specific areas that slow the process.
The current process has is inadequate primarily due to staffing issues related…
1) Roukema, J.; Los, RK; Bleeker, SE; Van Ginneken, AM; Van Der Lei, J; Moll, HA (2006). "Paper vs. Computer: Feasibility of an Electronic Medical Record in General Pediatrics." Pediatrics 117 (1): 15-21
DBMS and System Implementation
In recent years, software as a service or SaaS solutions have become increasing popular among small business owners, but it is vitally important for these enterprises to select the SaaS approach that best suits their needs. This paper reviews the literature to identify an optimal selection for use in the human resources (H) department of a small business employed fewer than 500 employees. In addition, the transition from a legacy system to an electronic human resources or eH solution inevitably introduces some unanticipated consequences that must be resolved to achieve the desired outcomes. This paper also reviews the literature to identify ways to mitigate these unanticipated consequences, followed by a summary of the research and important findings concerning SaaS and eH solutions in the conclusion.
Evaluation of SaaS Solutions
.Although there remains a dearth of relevant evaluation models for SaaS solutions (Truong & Dusidar, 2011), it is possible to…
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Brown, P. J. (2013, February). Change management makes the difference in Chesterfield County: A well-planned change management strategy can help make a major transition successful. Government Finance Review, 29(1), 60-64.
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Telecommuting is the act of periodically working out of the main office, one or more days a week either at home, or at a telework center. (Avery and Zabel 2000, 82) The concept of telecommuting was created by Jack Niles as a result of the oil crisis of the 1970's. Niles felt that telecommuting would be a good way of eliminating the daily commute and preserving energy. Nile eventually found that telecommuting could be beneficial to workers and employees.
The research found that the benefits of telecommuting include increased productivity, improved familial relationships and decreases in absenteeism. Increased productivity is derivative of the fact that workers have fewer distractions and are able to complete tasks on their own time. We also found that telecommuters had increased job satisfaction and increased motivation.
A major hindrance to the implementation of a successful telecommuting strategy is the lack of effective communication technology. In addition, much…
Avery C. And Zabel D. (2000) The Flexible Workplace: A Sourcebook of Information and Research. Quorum Books: Westport, CT.
Burn, T. (2000, January 31). Telecommuting Fits Right at Home. The Washington Times, p. 10.
Training: the act of acquiring the necessary knowledge, skills, and behaviors to accomplish a task or set of tasks often comprising an occupation or profession, usually through the direct or indirect instruction of the knowledge/skills/behaviors acquirer or "trainee" by a supervisor, instructor, or other knowledgeable and practiced entity or "trainer." Can also refer to the act of imparting this knowledge, i.e. The actions taken by the trainer to ensure the trainee's abilities and proficiency in the trained-for task(s) and activities.
Computer-based training: Training that takes place with the assistance of a computer and specific software programs as the primary means of instruction, either as a standalone (i.e. without other training methods or media being employed) or as part of a larger curriculum that includes more traditional methods of instruction as well. Typically implies some level of automation and personal adaptability in the exact subject matter and method of instruction.
Blended learning: Though…
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As the Manufacturing Procurement Lead for an American/Japanese automobile manufacturer, my main task is to coordinate several characteristics of production and delivery schedule of an Italian designed and manufactured electronic braking system for a new high performance sports car to be launched to the American market. An important aspect of achieving this goal is conducting a three-day meeting that incorporates various social activities, price, negotiations of delivery schedule, and creation of a preliminary contract. The social activities include cocktail reception on the first evening and a final dinner on the final day of the three-day meeting. The other vital component of success in this meeting is an understanding of group dynamics since it will affect discussions and negotiations.
The American/Japanese automotive manufacturer will be doing business with an Italian company, which implies that understanding cultural differences and business interactions with the Italian customer is essential for successful negotiations.…
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Effective Communication in the Age of Technology: The Importance of Oral Communication in the Business Environment
The role that communication plays in the business environment is vital, since it keeps an organization knowledgeable about each member and/or department's activities and accomplishments. Furthermore, it allows members to become aware of other members of the company, although interaction may not be possible for all members and the organization's departments. Indeed, Henri Fayol has elucidated on the important function of communication in business: "In dealing with a business matter or giving an order which requires explanation to complete it, usually it is simpler and quicker to do so verbally than in writing. Besides, it is well-known that differences and misunderstandings which a conversation could clear up grow more bitter in writing. Thence it follows that, whenever possible, contacts should be verbal; there is a gain in speed, clarity and harmony."
In the said passage, Fayol…
Kreitner, R. (1995). Organizational Behavior. Chicago: Richard D. Irwin, Inc.
As compared to the previous years, the antennas in the earth stations are no longer large in size because of enhancements in satellites.
A satellite communication basically functions and works in millimeter and microwave wave frequency bands that are estimated to range from approximately 1 Ghz to 50 Ghz. hile there are different frequency bands that are used by satellite communication systems, the most common are the uplink and downlink frequency bands of 6 Ghz and 4 Ghz respectively. In essence the uplink frequency band usually ranges from 5.725 to 7.075 Ghz whereas the actual downlink frequency band is estimated to be around 3.4 to 4.8 Ghz.
In most cases, satellites function in three different orbits i.e. The low Earth orbit, medium Earth orbit, and geostationary orbit, which is also known as the geosynchronous orbit. hile the low Earth orbits are placed at an altitude of between 100 and 1000 miles,…
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Integrated Corporate Communication (ICC) and Corporate Communication (CC)
The established limitations are severely customized by globalization: the size of the company (where there is not a major link with the area of the performance, delocalization and outsourcing and being dependent on the network), design of the product and sales (where the relation with the competitors may be competitive cooperative) somewhat similar to the frequency of motor industry), competitive relations of space-time, the consumer models (which is focused with a turn down in the analogical media. The increasing significance of digital media and internet is also included. The most important of them is the advertising of television and the television itself); the importance of communication in the competitive environment, less protectionist measures of the economic systems, open spaces of competition, complex differentiation (Walther, 2007).
The incorporation of the global markets struggle to remove the inert environment and change them with the unsteady, active…
Argenti, P. And Forman, J. (2002) The Power of Corporate Communication, New York: McGraw-Hill.
Argenti, P.A. (2009) Corporate Communication, New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
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Argenti, P.A., Barnes, C.M. (2009). Digital strategies for powerful corporate communications. New York: McGraw-Hill
Facilitated communication is widely under scrutiny and doubt owing to the fact that one cannot ascertain the authorship of the typed messages. FC, as it is commonly known, is designed to assist a person with autism to communicate by use of a message board or even an electronic device. The procedure involves a facilitator supporting the hand or other body organ of the affected person with the intention of assisting them to point to letters or type on a provided display to formulate messages. The intention of the physical contact is to provide support for the body organs and give stabilization and to enable them to slow down. It is also meant to assist such a person draw away from the keyboard before choosing the next letter. osemary Crossley is credited for introducing the method for the first time in the 70s in Australia. It was first used to handle…
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