Management information structure is vital to an agile team working in dynamic environments. How we communicate is a strong indicator of how we operate.
Embedded within that information structure is internal communications. Practical experience and research correlate team functionality with performance and efficacy. The samples included illustrate my style in two specific scenarios and were utilized as a part of an application process; the significance of these samples, as with any communications in the public sector, is a matter of public record. Through them, I illustrate the ways in which I exhibit my understandings of organizational structure and outlining next steps. The first example is in reporting for consideration by a supervisor and, potentially, external reports; the second, provides insight into my leadership style as a supervisor.