Lecture Ch 17 and 20

Lecture Ch 17 and 20 - Organizational Communication Chapter...

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Organizational Communication Chapter 17 12/03/2008 14:06:00 What is an organization? Group committed to working towards a collective number of goals Distinct structure and hierarchy Formal and informal permanent relationships Organizational competency Organizational Communication Creation, exhange and movement of messages and meaning by persons  within an organization Constant Formal and informal channels Superior-subordinate Organization as an organism (humanistic tradition) Organizational Culture Visible: artifacts, behavior o Documents, artwork, office design o Greetings, eye contact Values o Stated strategies, beliefs, goals Assumptions o Taken-for-granted attitudes, thoughts, and feelings Example: marriage o Artifact: wedding ring o Values: commitment, therefore marriage is good
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Small Group Communication (Functional Perspective of Group Decision Making)
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