Effective Organisational Communication: Perspectives, Principles and Practices

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FT Prentice Hall, 2008 - Business & Economics - 417 pages
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Effective Organisational Communication is a comprehensive introduction to the principles of effective communication within and between organisations. Combining a strong theoretical grounding and real-world examples, it encourages students to explore fresh perspectives, challenge popular assumptions and gain new insights, while also developing practical communication skills.
Effective Organisational Communication is suitable for undergraduate and masters-level courses in Business Communication, Management Skills, International Management and Organisational Behaviour. It also provides an accessible overview for the general reader.

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Richard Blundel is a senior lecturer at The Open University Business School and a member of the Centre for Public Leadership and Social Enterprise (PuLSE).

Kate Ippolito is an educationalist at the Royal College of Physicians and a sessional lecturer at Reading University.

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