Topic 7.pptx - Organizatio nal Communica tion Topic 7 Upon completion of this topic you will be able to 0 Describe the roles and process of

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Organizational Communication Topic 7
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Upon completion of this topic, you will be able to 0 Describe the roles and process of organizational communication 0 Explain the organizational communication in various contexts 12/24/2019 Lina, 3143, A172 2
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Introduction Our organizational based society depends on interpersonal and intergroup cooperation and coordination, which an inherent part of our lives We coordinate activities with one another to achieve our goals and ultimately survive and prosper Networks of individuals coordinating over time appear to us as well-established, stable social systems are known as organizations 12/24/2019 Lina, 3143, A172 3
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We can agree that Petronas is an organization but many would argue about whether a family should be viewed as an organization 12/24/2019 Lina, 3143, A172 4
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Social collectives in which people develop ritualized patterns of interaction in an attempt to coordinate their activities and efforts in the ongoing accomplishment of personal and group goals So, what is organizations ? 12/24/2019 Lina, 3143, A172 5
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Organizational Communication 12/24/2019 Lina, 3143, A172 6 …is the process wherein mutually interdependent human beings create and exchange messages and interpret and negotiate meanings, while striving to articulate and realize mutually held visions, purposes and goals. In the past, the processes of creating and exchanging messages were conducted primarily through verbal exchanges and handwritten or type correspondence
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Etzioni’s traditional view of organizations contains 5 defining elements: Divisions of labor and responsibility deliberately planned to facilitate goal achievement The presence of one or more centers of power whose function is to review and direct organizational performance Substitution of personnel, so that unsatisfactory personnel leaving the organization can be replaced Interdependence among organizational components, so that the performance of one function affects the performance of all others Coordination among org’l components, typically achieved through communication within the organization 12/24/2019 Lina, 3143, A172 7
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Describe how today’s organizations can
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