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Task 1 _____________________________________________________________________ a) Describe the types of information used in your organisation, choosing one from each of the following categories: verbal, written, on-screen, multimedia, web based. _____________________________________________________________________ There are wide ranges of information used by businesses every day. It is essential for them to choose the right type of information to communicate with their stakeholders, the type of the information will vary depending on who it is referring to. I've chosen Nissan Motors Co LTD. They use verbal, written, on-screen, multimedia and web based information to communicate with their stakeholders, however which type of these information will be used will depend on the what kind of information and receiver of the information. I'm going to explain the types of the information and how it is used in my organisation. 1. Verbal information is spoken method of information and this is the best way to communicate, because you will be speaking to the other person that means there will be less complication of misunderstanding each other. For example: Nissan conducts general shareholders meeting every year to report on business plan, financial statements of their fiscal year and any other arising issues. As the number of shareholders are very large, they used to ask any questions in writing to the company after the meeting or before, but shareholders requested the opportunity to ask question during the meeting and the company agreed with their request and distributing tickets to shareholders who have a question to ask, so that way the communication got better as they can actually speak face to face with the company's CEO and get an immediate response from the company instead of waiting for a reply. 2. Written information- in business written information is used in many different ways. It is used every single day in businesses, orders to suppliers, e-mails to customers, cheques to employers, memos, reports for managers, accounting transaction etc these documents are all has to be written, some will be used as evidence, some will be used as informative purpose. ...read more.

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Nissan's Scrap Scheme They extended the scheme for drivers exchanging 8-10 year old car to buy any British build range - that includes any new Nissan Micra, Nissan Note, Nissan Qashqai. That means some people managed to buy British built Nissan Micra for as little as �5,995. 4.0 CONCLUSIONS From the table above, it is clear that it has been a wake up call for the company. They recognised it quickly and came up with a solution that has worked for them perfectly. According to BBC website, they published that Nissan Motors recovered fully in three years instead of five, which is great news, however they cannot sit back and relax as the global economy is not yet fully recovered and there is a chance that foreign currency might fall and rise anytime again. Press are saying that they recovered, but according to the speech of the CEO of Nissan Motors, he's claiming that they are still in their recovery mode and continuing to watch their expenses and preparing for any event that might come up in the future. BIBLIOGRAPHY www.nissan-global.com www.bbc.co.uk Student hand out materials ____________________________________________________________________ c) Produce a leaflet aimed at the staff of the performance of the business. (P2) ____________________________________________________________________ Please see supporting document number 3 _____________________________________________________________________ d) Produce a corporate communication such as an advert, poster or leaflet communicating information about the business or one of its product or services. _____________________________________________________________________ Please see supporting document number 4 _____________________________________________________________________ e) Find an example of a real external corporate communication and evaluate it as a means of corporate information. (P4) _____________________________________________________________________ I've designed poster for Nissan Leaf for the task 2d and I've chosen the real example of the car's advertisement. First of all, corporate communication is the made by the organisation to all their stakeholders, it is usually leaves a good impression for them as the company is in control of what they are going to produce and it is usually positive. ...read more.

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So it is getting popular and used in everywhere widely. * WWW (world wide web)- these are the magic of the businesses as they can go global without actually having office in certain country. It provides enourmoes amount of information for their customers, for example I can check my train ticket online and pay for, so no need to queue at the station. * Video conferencing- this is useful method for large businesses with lots of members as they all can do video conference meeting from where they are and it will be cheap as they don't need to travel to attend for a meeting if they are in different place. * Mobile phones- are the classic way of electronic method of communication, you can connect with your friends and family by calling to their mobile simple. * Internet- is a new generation of communication, giving people the space and entertainment. Businesses advertise over the internet and sell their product and give information for their customers, so its like virtual life. (Supporting document 1) June 8, 2010 To Shareholders: NOTICE OF CONVOCATION OF THE 111th ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS Dear Shareholders: Notice is hereby given that the 111th Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders of the Company (the "Meeting") will be held as described in the attached "Particulars". You are cordially invited to attend the Meeting. If you are unable to attend the Meeting in person, please review the "Reference Materials of Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders" as well as the "Business Report for the 111th Fiscal Year" enclosed herewith. Please send us the enclosed voting form by return mail, indicating your votes for or against the resolutions stated in the "Particulars" in the section "Matters to be resolved." Please affix your seal impression on the voting form. Alternatively, vote through the Internet website (http://www.web54.net), so that such voting form or Internet voting should arrive at the Company by 17:30 of June 22 (Tuesday), 2010. Yours very truly, NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD. (Nissan Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha) By: /s/ Carlos Ghosn Carlos Ghosn President and Chairman ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 ...read more.

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