Master essential communication skills for your career and your daily life with ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION! Coverage includes a wide variety of topics such as basic communication principles, interpersonal communication within the organizational structure, and literacy and employee communication. Cases found in each chapter demonstrate how the organizational communication theories discussed in the text apply to real-life. Studying is made easy with tools such as communication examples, ethical probes, learning objectives, and toolbox summaries found throughout the text.
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Alan Zaremba is an associate professor at Northeastern University in Boston. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Buffalo and since then has taught at Northeastern University and at the State University of New York College at Fredonia.
Dr. Zaremba is the author of MASS COMMUNICATION AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICS: A CASE STUDY OF PRESS REACTIONS TO THE 1973 ARAB-ISRAELI WAR and MANAGEMENT IN A NEW KEY: COMMUNICATION IN THE MODERN ORGANIZATION. He has written several articles on the interdependent subjects of Management and Communication that have appeared in Personnel Journal, Business Marketing, The Quality Observer, the Journal of Employee Communication Management, and Industrial Management
Dr. Zaremba has received awards for excellence in teaching on four occasions. He has earned excellence in teaching awards twice from Northeastern University (2003 and 1984), and also was honored by the State University of New York in 1980. In 2001 he was one of two alums to receive an Excellence in Education award from his alma mater. Dr. Zaremba is author of ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION: FOUNDATIONS FOR BUSINESS AND COLLABORATION, 2nd Edition.
The students find the text easy to read and the chapters are relevant to the field of organizational communication. I enjoy the organization of the text, and find it an easy text to teach from, and believe the explanations of points are organized well, allowing students to understand concepts without too much explanation.
It is very readable. It uses lots of examples that relate to the information being covered. It is not too heavy with the theory. The writing is not too heavy with scholarly talk and academ-ese. Most of the chapters attempt to cover good topics for a course in org com.
The book was very clear and easy to follow. I especially like the Case for Analysis pieces because they gave examples of the lesson. By reading them, it was easier to understand the point of each chapter.
The main strength of the text was practical examples of the sometimes abstract concepts. I found the text to be straightforward and informative. I wouldn’t change a thing. My good grades so far as a testament to it.
The writing was easy to understand. Chapters were concise and to the point. Each topic was covered thoroughly.
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