Implementing a Ban on the Sue of Internal Email Services in an Organization

Lehman and Dufrene (68) affirm that every management decision made has its impacts it brings on the organization, and thus there should be a critical evaluation of the anticipated impacts and some of the solutions to deals with the impacts before engaging in the implementation of the decisions arrived at in any meeting. This would foster better relationships among the parties concerned as there would be less negative impacts due to good evaluation process engaged in before launching the issues arrived at in the discussion.Cappelli et al (32) reveal that every management decisions to effect change have both the dark and light side of it. In this case, there are problems associated with every decision the management arrives at. On the other hand, their many benefits anticipated in every change that any organizational management wishes to implement at any instance. To this end, there are various problems associated with the ban on using internal emails in an organization. The decision of banning the use of internal email arises after an evaluation of the costs and inconveniences the technology brings about in an organization. Moran (56) affirms that banning internal emails leaves options like the use of instant messaging that assumes the position of people at one point, for instance, at the office desk all the time. Many organizations handle there operational work on the floor or the work site and there are few options that provide the instant messaging options. This is because instant messaging options require almost a face-to-face conversation due to its answering mode needs an immediate answer. This receives the propelling power by the synchronism nature of the system that allows immediate attention, which interferes with the general working of an individual.