Published December 1997
by Harcourt .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||479|
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"Strategic Ambiguities: Essays on Communication, Organization, and Identity is a collection of essays perfect for college-level courses in either linguistics or business. It details the historical development of communications theories and comes from an internationally recognized leader in the theory and applications of organization communication.5/5(1). Communication Strategic Communication in this context is supposed to be a pre-requisite and an instrument of eﬀ ective policy making and public participation: from formulating a vision, negotiat-ing and decision making, developing and imple-menting plans to monitoring impacts. Commu-nication serves information exchange, establishing. Well, I'd like to see more treatment on praxis, or applied research for strategic organizational communication. Even so, I liked a few things about this read: First, I appreciated Conrad and Poole's () explaining guiding principles to inform system thinking as a critical and vital organizational communication strategy (pp. )/5. Strategic Organizational Communication: In a Global Economy - Kindle edition by Conrad, Charles, Poole, Marshall Scott. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Strategic Organizational Communication: In a Global Economy/5(24).