This textbook is suitable for the following courses: Organizational Communication and Business and Professional Communication.
In Organizational Communication the authors examine not only the theoretical basis of organizational communication, but also the actual practice. There are three clear directions within in this book: an international focus, communication ethics, and the interdisciplinary tradition of organizational behavior. The authors draw on the wealth of resources and research both within the field of communication studies and also within closely related fields, such as industrial psychology, talent development, organizational behavior, and more.
- Relevant examples including personal anecdotes from the authors.
- End-of-chapter discussions and review questions.
- International emphasis.
- Discussion of ethics throughout.
- Interdisciplinary approach.
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