Organizational Communication: Perspectives and Trends
SAGE, Nov 20, 2007 - Business & Economics - 449 pages
Communication in organizations has changed drastically since the release of the first edition of this bestselling textbook. This fully revised and updated edition delves into state-of-the-art studies, providing fresh insights into the challenges that organizations face today. Yet this foundational resource remains a cornerstone in the examination of classic research and theory in organization communication.
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