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Describe the structure and lines of communication in an organisation
Wheel Network If you are in a wheel network, information flows from one central member of the group to the rest of the members. Other group members may not have to communicate with each other to perform well. [ An example would be a group of independent makeup consultants who report to one regional mentor. The independent makeup consultants do not need to interact with one another in order
to perform. Wheel networks do not exist in teams, since teams signify intense interaction between all members of a group. Chain Network If you are a part of a chain network, members communicate with each other in a pre-planned sequence. An example of a chain network is an assembly-line group. In an assembly line, employees only communicate with those whose work precedes or follows their own. Like wheel networks, chain networks do not exist in teams. Read more: Structure of Communication Organization | eHow.com ]
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