Key Issues in Organizational Communication

By Dennis Tourish; Owen Hargie | Go to book overview
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Contents
List of illustrationsix
List of contributorsx
Prefacexii
1The crisis of management and the role of organizational communication
DENNIS TOURISH AND
OWEN HARGIE 1
2The communication consequences of downsizing trust, loyalty and commitment
DENNIS TOURISH AND
OWEN HARGIE 17
3Communicating about organizational uncertainty
PHILLIP G. CLAMPITT AND
M. LEE WILLIAMS 37
4Managing change: Communication and political process
PATRICK DAWSON 60
5Communication without frontiers: The impact of technology upon organizations
PAULA O’KANE, OWEN HARGIE AND
DENNIS TOURISH 74
6Knowledge management and/as organizational communication
THEODORE E. ZORN AND
JAMES R. TAYLOR 96
7The tyranny of trends? Towards an alternative perspective on fads in management
MONICA ROLFSEN 113
8Intelligent emotions management
CHARMINE HÄRTEL,
LEIGH KIBBY AND
MICHELLE PIZER 130

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