Communication the key to business success, claims consulting firm.
After "months of market research," narrowDoor consulting has discovered a significant link between the success of a business and effective communication skills. The firm has just announced an expansion into the arena of communication consulting.
Sept. 15, 2012 - PRLog -- From the phenomenal success of IT superpower Apple, inc. to the fast-paced growth of newer startups, narrowDoor consulting claims that the single greatest attribute detrimental to the success of any business today is effective communication. The firm, as of today, has announced the launch of their communication division; employing experts in fields of body language, vocal intonation, and the written word.
NarrowDoor's Director of Public Relations Marc O'connor disclosed two sales-time graphs of five of the firm's long-time clients, each headquartered in different locations across the globe. One graph depicted sales before, the other depicted sales after the client sought to improve communication skills. Surely enough, each "after" sales-time graph showed a distinctive growth in sales when compared to its prior counterpart.
"Whether you're communicating with other businesses or [with] general consumers, the rule of thumb is to get your point across clearly and effectively so that your audience can better understand you. If this is done correctly, the results will show." - says O'connor when asked about the role of communication both in Business-to-
Though there is a proven correlation between business success and effective communication, skeptics remain certain that communication does not play as big a role as firms such as narrowDoor consulting claim. Instead, skeptics insist that the key to business success is the combination of the use of the right technology, the right amount of luck, and employing the right management at the right time. In this case however, the proof appears to be in the pie chart.