Organizational Communication: Theory and Behavior
Here isa new edited book that provides in-depth coverage of human communication inmodern organizations. The exploration of topics such as chaos theory, gender,diversity, conflict, culture, ethics, technology, consulting and creativity isdesigned to present readers with both theoretical and practical informationabout how people communicate within organizations. Thiscontributed volume of chapters contains the work of well-known authors: CynthiaBerryman-Fink, Julie M. Billingsley, Alberto Gonzalez, Susan A. Hellweg,Valerie Manusov, David R. Neumann, Raymond M. O'Connor, Jr., JohnParrish-Sprowl, Ann L. Plamondon, Dale L. Shannon, Timothy Neal Thompson,Phillip K. Tompkins, Angela Trethewey, Ethel M. Wilcox, James R. Wilcox,Jennifer Willis, and Cory Young.Business Owners, Corporate Trainers,and Human Resources Professionals.
Specifications of Organizational Communication: Theory and Behavior
|Author||Peggy Yuhas Byers|
|Number Of Pages||382|
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