The purpose of this paper is to discuss some of the various communication barriers that face our ever-growing and complicated business environment. Issues between men and women can be less complicated if each gender can attempt to understand the way in which we each communicate and also how the other perceives that communication. Even generational communication, the communication between people of different generations, can cause major problems. Differences in perceptions and preferences lie at the source of many conflicts and communication failures between individuals or groups. Such differences also open the door for creation of agreements that make both parties happy.
For daily life, we all need to communicate and yet the definition varies person to person. You could communicate visually through arts and film. There are so many different elements to communicating in society. As we all know, in order to communicate with one another we must be able to listen.
Abstract: The term business communication is used for all messages that we send and receive for official purpose like running a business, managing an organization, conducting the formal affairs of a voluntary organization and so on. Business communication is marked by formality as against personal and social Communication. The success of any business to a large extent depends on efficient and effective communication. It Takes place among business entities, in market and market places, within organizations. There are two types of communication that take place in business in four different ways.
Organizational communication is a process through which organizations forge and shape events. Being a process, organizational communication is best understood by three different approaches: functional, mind-centered, and emerging perspectives. Functional approach asks how messages move within organizations and for what purpose communication works. The meaning-centered approach asks what communication is or if communication is responsible for decision making, organizing, or culture. The emerging perspectives ask if communication is a part or necessary process of social construction.