Management Communication: Communicative Ethics and Action

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Palgrave Macmillan, Jul 15, 2008 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
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As managerial work regimes move continuously towards post-industrialism, forms of communication change with it and work relationships are increasingly becoming communicative relationships. This book seeks to end communicative distortions by establishing a new model of communication that will set up practical and workable communication forums.

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THOMAS KLIKAUER has completed two MAs and a PhD, as well as an appointment in the field of Industrial Relations at the University of Western Sydney. The publication of Communication, Management and Work has led to more concentrated work on communication at work with distortions and communicative action as the core idea.

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