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Communication planning is figuring out how to communicate important messages to key stakeholders of an organization in the most effective way possible.

Communication planning, while often overlooked, is an important business function that can become urgent; for example:

Communication plans may be internal or external in focus. For instance:

  • Internal: rolling out a new benefit program to the employees of the business
  • External: letting the shareholders know about a new stock offering; letting customers know about a new product offering

Elements of organizational communication planning include:

  • communication vision
  • philosophy
  • communication and informatios goals
  • content and meaning all organizational messages
  • credibility
  • message
  • channel
  • audience
  • timing
  • effectiveness

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