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    11-13-2010, 04:04 PM
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Flow of information in a business

A message from a chief executive officer to executives:

There's a full solar eclipse at 9am tomorrow. Since that doesn't happen every day, the staff is allowed to congregate on a yard, decently dressed, to watch it. Showing my interest toward the thing I'll be there myself and guide the staff. If it's rainy, you aren't able to see the eclipse that well. In this case, the staff is asked to congregate at a cafeteria.

A message from executives to production managers:

Due to the order of the chief executive officer there will be a full solar eclipse at 9am tomorrow. If it's rainy, we aren't able to see it well outside and decently dressed. In this case we'll talk over the eclipse in the staff cafeteria. That doesn't happen every day.

A message from production managers to office managers:

Due to the order of the chief executive officer we'll talk over the solar eclipse in the staff cafeteria at 9am tomorrow. Everyone has to be decently dressed. The chief executive officer will tell us if it's rainy outside. That doesn't happen every day.

A message from office managers to people in charge:

If it's rainy in the staff cafeteria tomorrow, and that doesn't happen every day, the chief executive officer will be eclipsed away at 9am, decently dressed.

A message from people in charge to workers:

The chief executive officer will be egressed away at 9am tomorrow. We're sorry that it doesn't happen every day.
     
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    11-13-2010, 04:14 PM
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