Shape your understanding of project communication management techniques. Assess how information technology aids business research and communication processes. Catalogue the array of electronic communication strategies that businesses rely on.
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Students who successfully completing this subject, will be able to:
- Demonstrate coherent and developed knowledge associated with innovative communication tools and critique their potential contribution to business and communication management
- Use research skills to identify source information to analyse key leadership business issues
- Critically analyse the role of communication in organisational knowledge construction
- Apply analytical skills, techniques and technological knowledge to successfully manage project communication
- Communicate proficiently to a variety of audiences and operate as an effective member or leader of a diverse team.
- Communications across the organisation; methods and techniques
- Use of data, information and technology tools to source, exchange and transfer information
- Application of research and market intelligence to communication management issues and projects
- Research, implementation and evaluation of information for communications business management
- Overview of project management techniques, strategies and issues within the organisation
- Principles and techniques for managing large and multidisciplinary communication projects
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