Ineffective communication hinders the success of the organization. Communication can have an ineffective effect when managers do not keep in constant contact with employees. There may be misinformation. Lack of 3 C [clear, complete, concise] can also lead to communication failure. Managers are often surrounded by a bunch of information. In this case, they tend to ignore subordinate messages or communications. Sometimes, the perception of error also hinders communication, that is, employees may perceive the message in different meanings, which managers do not want. Therefore, there may be problems in the encoding and decoding of messages.
Organizational structure may also invalidate communication. The more complex the organizational structure, the greater the number of levels in the organization, the greater the likelihood of missing or misunderstood messages. Vines tend to develop in organizations that hinder effective communication. Without a healthy open door policy, communication may be misunderstood.
Poor hearing [ie, when the recipient does not follow the content of the sender of the message] can also result in invalid communication. Emotions such as anger and stress can also lead to communication breakdown, because when a person is angry and depressed rather than relaxed, the information may be interpreted in the wrong way. Sometimes messages are not carefully planned [for example, message transmission media and messaging time are not selected correctly]. This again invalidates the communication. Language differences are a major obstacle to effective communication. This may be due to the ambiguity of the language. Managers should strive to overcome all the reasons for ineffective communication to ensure organizational success.