Everything we do, everything we learn, everything we sell requires communication. People communicating with people. The corporate body’s bloodstream carries information to the individuals who work within it. As information travels, it nourishes and purifies. If information is held in one place too long, it putrefies.
Outside the organization, information bloodstreams between your company and your clients, your prospective clients, and your peers feed those relationships as well. Increasingly, people are understanding this relationship and are becoming less and less tolerant of interruptions in the flow of information.
Is your company allowing for healthy and ubiquitous information flow? Or have you placed a tourniquet around vital arteries?
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