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Develops the knowledge, sensitivity, skills, and values critical for organizational communication
Blending theory, analysis, and practice, Fundamentals of Organizational Communication provides a practical and engaging introduction to the field. The title’s competency-based approach emphasizes knowledge, sensitivity, skills, and values as necessary components of effective organizational communication.
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0133809722 / 9780133809725 Fundamentals of Organizational Communication Plus MySearchLab with eText -- Access Card Package
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Chapter 1. Organizational Communication: A Competency-Based Approach
Chapter 2. Perspectives for Organizational Communication
Chapter 3. Communication Implications of Major Organizational Theories
Chapter 4. Organizational Communication: Values and Ethical Communication Behaviors
Chapter 5. Individuals in Organizations
Chapter 6. Groups in Organizations
Chapter 7. Leadership and Management Communication
Chapter 8. Participating in Organizations: Developing Critical Organizational Communication Competencies
Chapter 9. Organizational Conflict: Communicating for Effectiveness
Chapter 10. Strategic Organizational Communication: Professional Applications of Organizational Communication
Chapter 11. Organizational Change and Communication
Chapter 12. Career Options for Organizational Communication