It would be nice if everyone that worked together was psychic and could know what everyone was thinking. However, this is not reality. Too often managers and businesses assume that everyone knows what is expected of them and how to feel, but that assumption won’t lead to success. To prevent problems, a business should make sure to use a variety of communication methods, check their workers for understanding, check in on them often, try to avoid using corporate jargon that can be confusing, and keep communication lines open. When you start assuming everyone understands what to do, you’ll miss information and deadlines, which will cost you in the long run.