1. Communicating

Low-context (1)
Good communication is precise, simple and clear. Messages are expressed and understood at face value. Repetition is appreciated if it helps clarify the communication.
High-context (9)
Good communication is sophisticated, nuanced and layered. Messages are both spoken and read between the lines. Messages are often implied but not plainly expressed.

Question Title

* 1. Where do you plot communicating for the agile culture (between 1 low-context and 9 high-context)?