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“Get a haircut and get a real job” Organizational Communication Introduction to Communication, 12/2/10 1. What are organizations made of? 2. What are the functions fulfilled by communication in organizations? 3. “How a Plan becomes Policy” a. Upward Communication b. The Mum Effect 4. Organizational theories School of Thought Org. Image Role of Communication Scientific Management Human Relations Systems Quality 5. Organizational Climate “the atmosphere or tone members of the organization experience as they go about their daily routines”
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6. Organizational Culture “symbols, events, traditions, standardized verbal and nonverbal behavior patterns, folk tales, rules, and rituals that give the organization its character or ‘personality’” --grapevine (informal network) 7. Mission Statements - Identify the organizations which created each of the following mission statements. Mission Statement Organization Making it easy for you to express your personal style throughout
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Unformatted text preview: your life. Our first responsibility is to the doctors, nurses and patients, to mothers and fathers and all others who use our products and services. To foster creativity and cooperation in the pursuit of a common goal: creating the world’s best search services. We’re not just hamburger company serving people; we’re a people company serving hamburgers. We are the eye and ears of the nation and at times its hidden hand. Providing quality entertainment and a world of magic for the entire family. Seeking nothing less than to become one of America’s very best universities. Become the premier purveyor of the finest coffee in the world while maintaining our uncompromising principles while we grow. Bringing original and innovative music and entertainment programming to fans in their teens and twenties....
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