- On Front
- On Back
- Your E-Mail address (preferred)
Books, grading and expectations
Outline of Course
- Introduction to Organizational Communication
- Theoretical Approaches
- Classical management
- Systems Theory
- Cultural Theory
- Critical and Post-Modern
- Practical Approaches
- Hiring, Assimilation, and Integration
- Running Meetings
- Relationships in Organizations
- Managing Employees
- Structural Approaches
- What is an organization?
- A group of people that set up and maintain long term relationships with the goal of creating value
- What is organizational communication?
- The building block that we create and maintain those relationships with.
- Can an organization exist without communication?
- There is a fundamental chain that is the fundamental basis of this course
- Communication enables relationships enable organizations enable the creation of value.
- The question for this course is
- How can we communicate such that we maximize that value?
communication -> relationships -> organizations -> value
- Index Card Assignment 1 (due Monday)
- What would you most like to get out of this course (beside 3 credits, a particular grade, a free ride, or any other trivial answer that I might regard as not taking the question seriously)?
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