Organizational Communication

The study of communication within organizations.

Organizational communication helps us to:

  1. Accomplish tasks relating to specific roles and responsibilities of sales, services, and production;
  2. Acclimate to changes through individual and organizational creativity and adaptation;
  3. Complete tasks through the maintenance of policy, procedures, or regulations that support daily and continuous operations;
  4. Develop relationships where “human messages are directed at people within the organization-their attitudes, morale, satisfaction, and fulfillment”; and
  5. Coordinate, plan, and control the operations of the organization through management.
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