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Commuication model

Postby akc Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:35 pm

What would be the proper communication procedure between the Managing Director (MD) who is in France & technical officer in China?

1. The MD will encode the message from french to Chinese language , the technical officer will decode from chinese language to french.
2. (____________decode________________________________________________, _________________________encode___________________________________)
3. (____________encode ___________________chinese language to french, _________________________decode_______ french to chinese__________)
4. (____________decode________________________________________________, _________________________encode___________________________________)

The answer is mentioned as B.

Why A can't be the correct answer. It is the sender who encodes the message & receiver decodes the message
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Re: Commuication model

Postby manishpn Mon Sep 16, 2019 8:02 am

Can you write options properly, not able to understand options as they are not in consistent format, also can you help provide the source and explanation of the mock question?
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Re: Commuication model

Postby akc Mon Sep 16, 2019 8:32 am

What would be the proper communication procedure between the Managing Director (MD) who is in France & technical officer in China?

A. The MD will encode the message from french to Chinese language , the technical officer will decode from Chinese language to french.
B. The MD will decode the message from french to Chinese language , the technical officer will encode from Chinese language to french.
C. The MD will encode the message from chinese language to french, the technical officer will decode from french to Chinese.
D. The MD will decode the message from chinese language to french, the technical officer will encode from french to Chinese.

The answer is mentioned as B Why A can't be the answer.

Explanation for B is mentioned as " each message is encoded by the sender & decoded by the receiver based on the receiver's education, language , experience & culture"
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Re: Commuication model

Postby manishpn Mon Sep 23, 2019 11:32 am

akc wrote:What would be the proper communication procedure between the Managing Director (MD) who is in France & technical officer in China?

A. The MD will encode the message from french to Chinese language , the technical officer will decode from Chinese language to french.
B. The MD will decode the message from french to Chinese language , the technical officer will encode from Chinese language to french.
C. The MD will encode the message from chinese language to french, the technical officer will decode from french to Chinese.
D. The MD will decode the message from chinese language to french, the technical officer will encode from french to Chinese.

The answer is mentioned as B Why A can't be the answer.

Explanation for B is mentioned as " each message is encoded by the sender & decoded by the receiver based on the receiver's education, language , experience & culture"



PMBOK has 2 types of comm model, first one is basic where message delivery ( and not correct interpretation) is the focus. In this model the sender will encode and send the message but not necessarily in the language understood by the sender.
The sender will receive the message and decode in language that he/she understand.

In interactive communication, the focus is on correct interpretation of the message,
As part of the communication process, the sender is responsible for the transmission of the message, ensuring
the information being communicated is clear and complete, and confirming the message is correctly interpreted.

The receiver is responsible for ensuring that the information is received in its entirety, interpreted correctly, and
acknowledged or responded to appropriately. These components take place in an environment where there will
likely be noise and other barriers to effective communication.

So If I assume the communication is interactive or simple for the question you have provided, and in that case non of the options are true, Thats my understanding,
Why will technical officer decode from Chinese to French? He already knows Chinese , he can encode it back to chinese when sending back the message to MD
In OPtion B, MD can encode from French to chinese and Technical officer and decode from Chinese to french and revers while sending from tech officer to MD

Which Mock is this question from?
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Re: Commuication model

Postby akc Mon Sep 23, 2019 3:13 pm

This is question is from Mohit Arora's book of 1000 pmp questions. What you have mentioned for option B in your previous post , the same is mentioned as option A .
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Re: Commuication model

Postby manishpn Sat Sep 28, 2019 10:43 am

akc wrote:This is question is from Mohit Arora's book of 1000 pmp questions. What you have mentioned for option B in your previous post , the same is mentioned as option A .


Ok then I suggest if it is possible to contact the author and ask the query, As long as understanding of the model is correct that is all needed for exam
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