Range of Decisions to be Taken Decision Making Process

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MANAGINGCOMMUNICATIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................11.1 Range of decision s to be taken........................................................................................11.2 Information and knowledge needed for making decision................................................21.3 Sources of internal and external information...................................................................21.4 Recommendations............................................................................................................3TASK 2............................................................................................................................................42.1 Stakeholders that affect decision making.........................................................................42.2 Ways to develop relationship with stakeholders..............................................................52.3 Plan to involve in decision-making..................................................................................52.4 Future strategies................................................................................................................6TASK 3............................................................................................................................................73.1,3.2 Existing process of communication and methods to improve....................................73.3 Comparison of different communication process.............................................................83.4 Plans for improvement...................................................................................................10TASK 4..........................................................................................................................................104.1, 4.2 Existing process of communication and its improvement ......................................104.3 Ways to improve access to system of information and knowledge................................11CONCLUSION ...........................................................................................................................12REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONCommunication is a two way process that is used to convey ideas, feelings and views to aperson or a group of persons. Managing communication is a systematic process in which severalsteps are made to remove barriers in channels of communication (Cornelissen, 2014). In thisreport, the ways to plan communication and making decision is discussed for a new start-upcompany ABC Ltd. The business is new in market and use to deal in supply of high quality foodsourced from non-UK country. Moreover, strategies to improve business environment and itssource of finance is also discussed so that it can manage new business and plan its expansion aswell.TASK 11.1 Range of decisions to be takenDecision making is a process that should be handled very carefully. In this process,various alternatives are found out first and then one best alternative is chosen to employ (Maude,2011). Decision making is applied in organisation, so that company can use it to face anyproblem or an opportunity. Besides this, company use to face two types of problems in whichone is structured problem and another is unstructured. The former ones are routine kind ofproblems while later one is related to some complex problems. Both problems need an effectivedecision making to solve it. The types of decisions that can be taken by the ABC Ltd. isdemonstrated below:Programmed decision: This kind of decisions are taken by manager for solving routinetype of problems (Ulmer, Sellnow and Seeger, 2013). The decision making for such kindof problems is relatively easier, as enough information is available to solve it. Thesedecisions can be made by middle and lower level mangers in cited company as managersat this level have to face such problems more.Non-programmed decision: These decisions include unstructured problems that are ofcomplex nature and need vast analytical skills to solve them. Besides this, informationavailable to solve such kind of problems are also tangled, so first a manager have to makeit processed so that it become understandable. This type of problem should be handled bytop level managers with expert advice of professionals in cited firm (Burns and et.al.,1

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