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communicator

(kŏ-mū′nĭ-kā-tor)
An electronic device that permits persons with impaired verbal and physical ability to communicate through graphic or symbolic light-emitting diode (LED) displays, printed messages, or synthetic speech.
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Heifetz, in his book 'Leadership Without Easy Answers," provides a gold mine of knowledge for the organizational communicator with his insight into technical versus adaptive leadership.
Keith Beattie, senior analyst at Fisher-Price (East Aurora, NY), says: "Moldflow Communicator provides a means to transfer analysis results among our mold makers, manufacturing plants and engineers around the world.
One thing for sure, an important message arises for an international association of communicators.
Profile/81 was the first to include data outside North America, and as an example indicated that communicators in the U.
Yet the roles of communication, a common-ground-seeking/problem-solving process, and communicators, the caretakers who oversee the process, are altogether distinct and unique.
The performance measures that success demands - increased return on capital, faster new product cycle times, better decision making and more responsive customer service - simply cannot be achieved without effective communicators distributed throughout the organization.
Fringe Facts Communicator user Alice Ferdinand says, "The software is intuitive.
As information technology speeds up the pace and increases the volume of communication, communicators will have to adapt to the speed and variety.
Thus, the purpose of this study is to examine physician executives' choices of communicator styles or the way they communicate when attempting to persuade superiors whose own styles of communication with them are either attractive (i.
Murali Annareddy, Director of Design Analysis Solutions Product Marketing at Moldflow, says: "The release of Moldflow Communicator 1.
Ethics and governance issues were heatedly discussed at the mock trial of a communicator who breached the association's Code of Ethics, though the lessons learned were clearly based in reality.

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