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Organizational  Communication CMST 342 Lecture #2 Scott Eldredge August 25, 2011
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Constitutive Model of  Communication Communication is: n Historically and culturally rooted n Reflexive – meaning culture effects  communication which in turn affects culture n Influences Society and Has Practical  Implications (even political ones) n Legitimate intellectual discipline on its own
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Seven Approaches to  Communication n Rhetorical n Semiotic n Phenomenological n Cybernetic  n Sociopsychological n Sociocultural  n Critical
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Classical Management Theory n Early 1900’s n Industrial Revolution n Main Theories n The Machine Metaphor n Henri Fayol’s Theory of Classical Management n Max Weber’s Theory of Bureaucracy n Frederick Taylor’s Theory of Scientific  Management
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Machine Metaphor n Specialization n Standardization n Replaceability n Predictability
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Theory of Classical Management n Henri Fayol n Early 20th Century – French n Proposed Five Elements of Management n Planning n Organizing n Command n Coordination n Control
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Theory of Classical Management n Fayol’s Elements are the “what” of 
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