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Organizational Communication for Survival: Making Work, Work

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This work analyzes organizational communication from the viewpoint of the subordinates within it. It is intended to be useful as a supplementary text for courses focusing on organizational communications.
Paperback, 180 pages
Published October 1st 1991 by Prentice Hall
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Daniel Rivas
May 16, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This text is one in a series of texts books published by Pearson, that all suffer from the same problem. The information contained within is substantial, and it is broken up into cohesive and well manageable chapters. However, definable terms and keywords are very difficult to identify at a glance. As you read though the text some keywords may be in bold, others may be italicized, and others still may just be plain text. Other than that this is a very informative text that presented the ...more
Jessie
Sep 04, 2019 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Required reading for school.
 Simply Sam ツ
This book read almost like an op-ed piece. A little pointed, a little cringey in some of the terminology, and felt a little dated.
Ralph Hogan
While the book is very accessible, and could possiblly included in a list of texts for an intro class to organizational communication, it's not the best source. I found some of the examples and suggestions to be dated.
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