Diagonal communication is a communication that cuts across work areas and organizational levels. When a credit analyst communicates directly with a regional marketing manager about a customer’s problem-note the different department and different organizational level-that’s diagonal communication. Because of its efficiency and speed, diagonal communication can be beneficial.
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