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Organizational communication : theory, research, and practice

Author: Jason S Wrench; Narissra Punyanunt-Carter; Mark Ward, Sr.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Flat World Knowledge, Inc., 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Version 1.0
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"As a result of globalization, the need for people skilled in international business has become a necessity, and effective communication is one of the most important parts of globalization. Ultimately, understanding organizational communication is necessary for all organizations. In Organizational Communication: Theory, Research, and Practice, the goal was to examine the intersection among organizational  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jason S Wrench; Narissra Punyanunt-Carter; Mark Ward, Sr.
ISBN: 9781453370933 1453370935
OCLC Number: 915830284
Description: 514 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction to Organizational Communication: Why Communication Matters --
Chapter 2: Organizational Communication Ethics --
Chapter 3: Classical Theories of Organizational Communication --
Chapter 4: Modern Theories of Organizational Communication --
Chapter 5: Communicating Between and Among Internal Stakeholders --
Chapter 6: Organizational Communication Climate, Culture, and Globalization --
Chapter 7: Leader and Follower Behaviors and Perspectives --Chapter 8: Organizational Identity and Diversity --
Chapter 9: Teams in the Workplace --
Chapter 10: Recruiting, Socializing, and Disengaging --
Chapter 11: Technology in Organizations --
Chapter 12: Stress, Conflict, and Negotiation --
Chapter 13: The Dark Side of Organizational Communication --
Chapter 14: Corporate Communications: Communicating with External Stakeholders --
Chapter 15: The Professional Side of Organizational Communication --
Chapter 16: Appendix: Your First Job Out of College.
Responsibility: by Jason S. Wrench, Narissra Punyanunt-Carter, and Mark Ward Sr.

Abstract:

"As a result of globalization, the need for people skilled in international business has become a necessity, and effective communication is one of the most important parts of globalization. Ultimately, understanding organizational communication is necessary for all organizations. In Organizational Communication: Theory, Research, and Practice, the goal was to examine the intersection among organizational communication as an actual practice, the theoretical basis within the field of organizational communication, and the wealth of research related to organizational communication both within the field of communication studies but also within closely related fields like industrial psychology, talent development, organizational behavior, etc."--Publisher's website.

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