Organizational communication

Organizational communication - OTHER AND BETWEEN GROUPS •...

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Organizational communication WHAT IS ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION 1. THE WAYS IN WHICH A GROUP OF PEOPLE MAINTAIN STRUCTURE AND ORDER THROUGH SYMBOLIC INTERACTIONS AND ALLOW PEOPLE THE FREEDOM TO ACCOMPLISH THEIR GOALS 2. T YPES OF ORGANIZATION A. E CONOMIC ORIENTED MANUFACTURE AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO PEOPLE - BUSINESSES B. P OLITICAL ORIENTATION CONGRESS , ARMY , POLICE FORCE G ENERATES AND DISTRIBUTES POWER IN SOCIETY C. I NTEGRATION MEDIATES AND RESOLVES CONFLICT C OURTS D. P ATTERN MAINTENANCE NO PROFIT P UBLIC SCHOOL PROMOTES CULTURAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL REGULATION S MALL GROUP COMMUNICATION 1. INTERACTION BETWEEN MORE THAN TWO PEOPLE 2. T O ACHIEVE AN INTERDEPENDENT GOAL 3. FORM NETWORKS WITHIN EACH
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Unformatted text preview: OTHER AND BETWEEN GROUPS • PATTERNS OF RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH WHICH INFORMATION FLOWS 4. F ORMAL COMMUNICATION- MESSAGES FLOW THROUGH PRESCRIBED CHANNELS OF COMMUNICATION ( DOWNWARD AND UPWARD FLOW ) 5. I NFORMAL- ANY INTERACTION THAT DOES NOT GENERALLY FOLLOW FORMAL STRUCTURE • EMERGES OUTSIDE OF SOCIAL INTERACTION AMONG ORGANIZATION MEMBERS W HY IS IT IMPORTANT 1. GAIN UNDERSTANDING OF ORGANIZATIONS ON A LARGE AND SMALL SCALE 2. LEARN TO ANALYZE ORGANIZATIONS AND MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENTS...
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course COMM 1000 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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