Informational roles

Definition (1):

The informational roles involve collecting, receiving, and disseminating information. The three informational roles are monitor, disseminator, and spokesperson.

Definition (2):

Informational roles are those in which you gather and then pass on information. “ These roles have started to change dramatically with technological improvement. Mainly, these roles include information movement. Under this role, a manager plays a monitor, disseminator, and spokesperson role.

Definition (3):

Information processing is one of the main parts of a manager’s job. These roles are described with three roles:

  • The monitor role: It includes seeking present information from various sources. For instance, the manager continuously examines the environment for information, asks subordinates and liaison contacts, and collects unsolicited information.
  • The disseminator role: It involves passing information to other people inside as well as outside the company or organization.
  • The spokesperson role: This role deals with sending some of the information to individuals outside the company or organization about the needs, actions, policies, or plans of the company.

Use of the term in Sentences:

  • The new manager is performing his informational roles efficiently.
  • The professor is discussing the informational roles of a manager in the class.
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