No Excuses for Poor Communication in Community Association Management

Long before email, the smartphone and other modern collaborative technologies hit the market, one could potentially have a good excuse for a lack of strong communications in their business. Long distance fees on landlines were too expensive to allow employees to freely leverage what was the most common form of interaction other than face-to-face meetings.   Read the article………….

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