Communication is the exchange of information, on the basis of which the manager receives the information necessary for making effective decisions, and communicate the decisions made to the employees of the organization. If communications are poorly established, the decision may turn out to be erroneous, people may misunderstand what management wants from them, or, finally, interpersonal relationships may suffer. The effectiveness of communications often determines the quality of decisions and how they will actually be implemented. Ineffective international communications are one of the main causes of problems. While deeply understanding communications at the level of an individual and an organization, we must learn to reduce the incidence of ineffective communications and become better, more effective managers.