Ineffective communication hinders organizational success. Ineffective communication results when managers do not regularly affect their employees. It may be that bad communication is taking place. The lack of 3 C (Clarity, completeness, conciseness) also leads to ineffective communication. Often the leaders are surrounded by an information group. In such cases, they tend to ignore the subordinate's message or communication. Occasionally, bad perception also hampers communication, meaning workers may notice the message in a different sense, which is not intended by the operator. So there may be a problem in encoding and decoding the message
The organizational structure can also make communication impossible. The more complex the organizational structure, the higher the number of hierarchical levels in an organization, the greater the chance of losses or the misinterpretation of messages. Vine variety develops in an organization that hampers effective communication. In the absence of a healthy open door policy, communication is misunderstood
Bad listening (ie when the customer does not focus on sending the message) also results in ineffective communication. Feelings such as anger and stress can lead to communication decompensation as messages can be misunderstood when someone is angry and frustrated as when they are calm. Sometimes messages are not carefully planned (for example, the way the message is transmitted and the way in which messages are sent is not chosen correctly). This communication is again unsuccessful. Language differences are a major obstacle to effective communication. This may be because of the ambiguity of the language. Leaders are trying to overcome all the causes of ineffective communication for organizational success.