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Managerial Communication

1st Edition - January 1, 1972

Author: T. M. Lillico

Language: English
eBook ISBN:
9 7 8 - 1 - 4 8 3 1 - 4 8 8 2 - 3

Managerial Communication deals with communication problems in the organization and how they occur, as well as the importance of accurate communication to an individual manager's… Read more

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Managerial Communication deals with communication problems in the organization and how they occur, as well as the importance of accurate communication to an individual manager's career. Focusing on the problems of business enterprise in the electronics industry, this book discusses personal factors affecting promotion, along with interpersonal and group communication. It also looks at approaches for improving organizational communication. This book is comprised of eight chapters and begins with an overview of communication concepts and limitations, including the concept of ""noise"" in the communication process; the growth of public interest in organizational communication; and some of the major problems affecting organizational communication. The next chapter examines the methods used to identify weak links in the communication process, especially highly structured questionnaires. A generalized profile of the electronics managers covered in this study is presented, including the factors affecting their career achievement as well as interpersonal and group communication. Some approaches to improve organizational communication are also described. This monograph is intended for people concerned with organizational communication and especially for those who are actively engaged in management or supervision.