VALUABLE MANUAL: ESSENTIAL MANAGER’S MANUAL: BY ROBERT HELLER AND TIM HINDLE.

essential_managers_manual_1489540962_4ec11b6fEXCHANGING INFORMATION.

Using Information Technology:

New technology has greatly increased the choices for communicators. The personal computer, in both desktop and portable form, is a superb message centre for managers receiving and relaying the information quickly all around the world.

POWER TIPS:

  • Get expert advice on the best use of your information technology (IT).
  • Experiment with new ways of exploiting the internet.
  • Use e-mail’s “reply” feature to respond swiftly.

POINTS TO REMEMBER:

  1. Faxes can be either free-standing and paper-fed or linked to a personal computer.
  2. Managers without laptops or notebook computers can consider themselves under-equipped.
  3. The World Wide Web is the future of communications for most purposes.
  4. The Internet is a powerful communications tool mainly because of its ability to mix all media in real time.
  5. Cutting out communication waste helps everybody.

Send only essential messages.

Keep messages short.

Avoid delays in replying.

CONTROLLING THE INFORMATION FLOW:

To keep communication by electronic means fast and efficient, do not send irrelevant messages. Write succinctly and to the point, and reply to incoming messages as soon as possible.

 

With respect.

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