6107week2 - Brendan ONeal The text indicates that one of...

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Brendan O’Neal The text indicates that one of the ways managerial work has changed over the years is by the use of new computer and telecommunications technology. While this has made life easier for managers to communicate with subordinates in some respects, perhaps it has detracted from the need for interpersonal communication between manager and subordinate. For example, rather than discussing one-on-one a problem with a subordinate, or a work issue, the supervisor may just send an email to the subordinate. The “richness” of communication is therefore somewhat diluted. Cite some examples, perhaps through personal experience, where technology has had or could have a positive or negative impact on supervisor/subordinate relationships. I have noticed that technology has completely changed how we communicate. This may be easier for managers to disseminate information to subordinate and communicate to more than one subordinate at once. As discussed, there are definitely advantages to this
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course MAN 6107 taught by Professor Kest during the Spring '10 term at Hodges University.

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