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INFS2001 Full Subject Notes Semester 1 2016

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INFS2001 Full subject notes, including all assessable topics and explanations, sourced from both the textbook and lectures.

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Communication among different departments is essential for the organization to function effectively. Upward Communication: The reporting of information from Lower level employees to higher level manager within an organization. Example: accounting reports. *This course focuses on upward communication. Downward Communication: Directions (strategies, objectives, visions) communicated from top executives to lower level employees. Tools for Organizational communication Some major innovations in ICT (information and communication technology) that took place over the past 100-120 years include but are not limited to the following: 1. Graphs (Enables easy data analysis and comparison) 2. Tables (Summarizes data) 3. DuPont Chart Rooms (Enables the effective display of information for executive meetings 4. Filing Systems (For d...
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