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The Resource Communication in the organizational environment : functions, determinants and areas of influence, Anna Rogala, Sylwester Bialowas

Communication in the organizational environment : functions, determinants and areas of influence, Anna Rogala, Sylwester Bialowas

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Communication in the organizational environment : functions, determinants and areas of influence
Title
Communication in the organizational environment
Title remainder
functions, determinants and areas of influence
Statement of responsibility
Anna Rogala, Sylwester Bialowas
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book showcases an interdisciplinary and comprehensive study of the issues related to communication in corporate environments. Including perspectives from psychology, sociology and management science, Communication in Organizational Environments analyzes original quantitative and qualitative research, and determines the functions, objectives and conditions of effective internal communication. In this book, the authors bridge the gap in the literature on the management of corporate internal communication, and provide a tool for measuring communication effectiveness. Useful as a guide for internal communication managers in various organizations, this book is also important reading for academics in corporate communication, public relations, corporate management and behaviour, and human resource management
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Rogala, Anna,
Dewey number
658.45
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Białowąs, Sylwester,
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  • Communication in organizations
  • Communication
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Communication in the organizational environment : functions, determinants and areas of influence, Anna Rogala, Sylwester Bialowas
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • 1: Theory of Communication: Evolution, Approaches, Models; 1.1 Etymology of the Term "Communication"; 1.2 Traditions and Theoretical Orientations in Communication Science; 1.3 Models of the Communication Process; References; 2: Internal Communication in an Organization; 2.1 Organizational Environment; 2.2 Types of Communication Needs in an Enterprise; 2.3 The Essence of Communication within an Organization; 2.4 Types of Information in an Organization
  • 2.5 Organizing Communication in an Enterprise; 2.5.1 The Levels, Directions, and Forms of Communication in Organizations; 2.5.2 Instruments for Communication in Enterprises; References; 3: Functions and Objectives of Internal Communication; 3.1 The Systematization of Internal Communication Objectives; 3.2 The Functions of Internal Communication; 3.3 The Realization of Internal Communication Objectives in Organizations in the Light of Research; 3.3.1 Research Methodology; 3.3.2 Assessment of the Realization of Internal Communication Objectives
  • 3.4 Barriers and Obstacles to Internal Communication; References; 4: Communication Behaviours in€an Organization; 4.1 The Essence and the Basic Determinants of Organizational Behaviour; 4.2 Types of Organizational Behaviour; 4.3 Typology of Employees' Communication Behaviours; 4.4 Determinants of Individual Communication Behaviours in an Organization; 4.5 Factors Determining Communication Behaviours of the Employees; References; 5: Determinants of Internal Communication Effectiveness; 5.1 Reference Points for the Evaluation of Communication in Organizations
  • 5.2 Components for the Evaluation of Internal Communication: An Integrated Approach 5.3 The Essence, Types and Principles of a Communication Audit; 5.4 A Model of Interdependence Between the Conditions of Internal Communication and Its Effectiveness; 5.5 The Assumptions of an Integrated Index for the Assessment of Internal Communication Effectiveness; References; 6: Internal and External Communication: In Search of Coherence; 6.1 The Role of Communication in Internal Marketing, Personnel Marketing and Internal Public Relations
  • 6.2 The Importance of Communication in an Organization Regarding Marketing Communications Activities 6.3 Interdependence Between Internal and External Communication ; 6.4 The Significance of Internal Communication for the Internal and External Marketing of Organizations: Research Results ; 6.5 Towards a New Paradigm of Corporate Communication?; References
Control code
ocn960031055
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137547033
Lccn
2016950062
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)960031055
Label
Communication in the organizational environment : functions, determinants and areas of influence, Anna Rogala, Sylwester Bialowas
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • 1: Theory of Communication: Evolution, Approaches, Models; 1.1 Etymology of the Term "Communication"; 1.2 Traditions and Theoretical Orientations in Communication Science; 1.3 Models of the Communication Process; References; 2: Internal Communication in an Organization; 2.1 Organizational Environment; 2.2 Types of Communication Needs in an Enterprise; 2.3 The Essence of Communication within an Organization; 2.4 Types of Information in an Organization
  • 2.5 Organizing Communication in an Enterprise; 2.5.1 The Levels, Directions, and Forms of Communication in Organizations; 2.5.2 Instruments for Communication in Enterprises; References; 3: Functions and Objectives of Internal Communication; 3.1 The Systematization of Internal Communication Objectives; 3.2 The Functions of Internal Communication; 3.3 The Realization of Internal Communication Objectives in Organizations in the Light of Research; 3.3.1 Research Methodology; 3.3.2 Assessment of the Realization of Internal Communication Objectives
  • 3.4 Barriers and Obstacles to Internal Communication; References; 4: Communication Behaviours in€an Organization; 4.1 The Essence and the Basic Determinants of Organizational Behaviour; 4.2 Types of Organizational Behaviour; 4.3 Typology of Employees' Communication Behaviours; 4.4 Determinants of Individual Communication Behaviours in an Organization; 4.5 Factors Determining Communication Behaviours of the Employees; References; 5: Determinants of Internal Communication Effectiveness; 5.1 Reference Points for the Evaluation of Communication in Organizations
  • 5.2 Components for the Evaluation of Internal Communication: An Integrated Approach 5.3 The Essence, Types and Principles of a Communication Audit; 5.4 A Model of Interdependence Between the Conditions of Internal Communication and Its Effectiveness; 5.5 The Assumptions of an Integrated Index for the Assessment of Internal Communication Effectiveness; References; 6: Internal and External Communication: In Search of Coherence; 6.1 The Role of Communication in Internal Marketing, Personnel Marketing and Internal Public Relations
  • 6.2 The Importance of Communication in an Organization Regarding Marketing Communications Activities 6.3 Interdependence Between Internal and External Communication ; 6.4 The Significance of Internal Communication for the Internal and External Marketing of Organizations: Research Results ; 6.5 Towards a New Paradigm of Corporate Communication?; References
Control code
ocn960031055
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137547033
Lccn
2016950062
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)960031055

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