Question the impact that technology and globalisation can have inside an organisation. Explore ethical and legal organisational issues. Learn that an organisation’s culture shapes how it communicates with people internally and externally
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This subject is designed to give you a substantive understanding of major theories, concepts and principles and current issues of organisational communication with a focus on practical application in the workplace environment. You will develop an understanding of how an organisationâ€™s culture â€“ its ethos, mission, personnel, stakeholders and product â€“ shape its organisational practice.
The subject emphasises organisational culture and networks, the politics of power, identity and diversity issues, negotiation strategies, ethical and legal issues for communication professionals. It will examine emergent and established communication campaign strategies relevant to the complex business and political environment.