Categories of Communication


Categories of Communication

1.  Upward communication — When a subordinate communicates di-
    rectly to his superior or supervisor

2.           Downward communication—When a superior or supervisor commu­nicates directly to his subordinates

3.                       On-the-same-level — When a supervisor or an executive communi­cates directly with other people or executives on the same level as his in the organization

4.                       Diagonal — When a supervisor and a subordinate not under him communicate to each other, as a production man communicating with the marketing manager

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