The organizational communication context represents a much more complex system than interpersonal communication. Examples include a bank, a factory, a retail store, or the government attempting to communicate with one another. These systems include a large collection of subsystems, all organized around a common goal(s). Interactive technology has changed these types of systems in a dramatic way.
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Organizational Communication Systems
- Front Matter
- Body Matter
- Back Matter