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Therefore, for communication to be effective all parts must be involves. Among the parts include. the sender, message, channel, receiver and feed back (Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-272). This process may be presented diagrammatically as shown Below. Message sent via various communication channels Feed back Source: (Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-272) Communication is a complex process that not only involves the sender and the receiver but also involves how the recipients interpret the message (Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-272). This means that communication is not a straight forward process as it seems to be but rather it is a complex and a technical process (Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-272). Therefore, it is vital to keep in mind the following considerations when communicating: some information tends to be unintentionally complex because the sender may intend to mean a different thing than what the receivers have understood (Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-273). According to Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-273, other messages tend to be deliberately complex the situation may occur in an organization setting where people tend to have conflicting goals. Connectively, one should consider that communication tends to be an emotional matter rather than a rational matter as people tend to interpret information differently (Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-273). …
Strategic ambiguity involves application of language or terms that tend to be unspecific. The terms may be applied to prevent some people to grasping the meaning of the message (Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-274). Strategic ambiguity may occur when conditions are risky and dynamic, It may occur when relationships are not working well especially when the positions for the elites have been intimidated (Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-274). 2. Why is there generational conflict at work? How do the conflicts tend to manifest themselves in actions/attitudes of mature, mid-career, and younger workers? In traditionalists, baby boomers, GenX, and millenials? What specific motivational and communication practices would be most appropriate for each of these four cohorts in the previous sentence? (1?pgs) A generation conflict refers to differences in interest that occurs in an organization among employees at different age groups whereby, employees tend to pursue different and diverse values from those of the organization (Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-307). For instance, old generation approaching retirement may dismiss young generation because they believe that young generation lack knowledge and experience (Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-307). On the other hand, young generation believes that they are conversant with new technology and therefore they tend to dismiss the views of older generation. According to Denhardt, Denhardt amp. Aristigueta, p-307 seventy percent of older generations dismisses the potential of young employees while on the other hand, fifty percent of young generations tend to dismiss the ability of older generation. In above connection, young generation

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