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The Resource Managerial communication, Reginald L. Bell and Jeanette S. Martin, (electronic resource)

Managerial communication, Reginald L. Bell and Jeanette S. Martin, (electronic resource)

Label
Managerial communication
Title
Managerial communication
Statement of responsibility
Reginald L. Bell and Jeanette S. Martin
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • Explores what the communication managers actually do in business across the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling functions. The top, middle, and frontline communications in which managers engage is also discussed. All of the levels of communication (intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, organizational, and intercultural) play a role in managerial communication; therefore, these levels are explained thoroughly in Chapter 2, but are relevant in all chapters. As we expound, for example, on theories of communication we relate them to the theories of management such as crisis management, impression management, equity theory, and effective presentation skills. These are the skills that are invaluable to management; you will begin to appreciate the depth and breadth of the painstaking effort we took to explicate these important topics. Our book, therefore, brings communication to the forefront of management theory because it is our belief that management cannot function without the particular techniques of communication covered in Managerial Communication
  • Explores what the communication managers actually do in business across the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling functions. The top, middle, and frontline communications in which managers engage is also discussed. All of the levels of communication (intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, organizational, and intercultural) play a role in managerial communication; therefore, these levels are explained thoroughly in Chapter 2, but are relevant in all chapters. As we expound, for example, on theories of communication we relate them to the theories of management such as crisis management, impression management, equity theory, and effective presentation skills. These are the skills that are invaluable to management; you will begin to appreciate the depth and breadth of the painstaking effort we took to explicate these important topics. Our book, therefore, brings communication to the forefront of management theory because it is our belief that management cannot function without the particular techniques of communication covered in Managerial Communication
  • Explores what the communication managers actually do in business across the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling functions. The top, middle, and frontline communications in which managers engage is also discussed. All of the levels of communication (intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, organizational, and intercultural) play a role in managerial communication; therefore, these levels are explained thoroughly in Chapter 2, but are relevant in all chapters. As we expound, for example, on theories of communication we relate them to the theories of management such as crisis management, impression management, equity theory, and effective presentation skills. These are the skills that are invaluable to management; you will begin to appreciate the depth and breadth of the painstaking effort we took to explicate these important topics. Our book, therefore, brings communication to the forefront of management theory because it is our belief that management cannot function without the particular techniques of communication covered in Managerial Communication
  • Explores what the communication managers actually do in business across the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling functions. The top, middle, and frontline communications in which managers engage is also discussed. All of the levels of communication (intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, organizational, and intercultural) play a role in managerial communication; therefore, these levels are explained thoroughly in Chapter 2, but are relevant in all chapters. As we expound, for example, on theories of communication we relate them to the theories of management such as crisis management, impression management, equity theory, and effective presentation skills. These are the skills that are invaluable to management; you will begin to appreciate the depth and breadth of the painstaking effort we took to explicate these important topics. Our book, therefore, brings communication to the forefront of management theory because it is our belief that management cannot function without the particular techniques of communication covered in Managerial Communication
  • Annotation
  • Explores what the communication managers actually do in business across the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling functions. The top, middle, and frontline communications in which managers engage is also discussed. All of the levels of communication (intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, organizational, and intercultural) play a role in managerial communication; therefore, these levels are explained thoroughly in Chapter 2, but are relevant in all chapters. As we expound, for example, on theories of communication we relate them to the theories of management such as crisis management, impression management, equity theory, and effective presentation skills. These are the skills that are invaluable to management; you will begin to appreciate the depth and breadth of the painstaking effort we took to explicate these important topics. Our book, therefore, brings communication to the forefront of management theory because it is our belief that management cannot function without the particular techniques of communication covered in Managerial Communication
  • Explores what the communication managers actually do in business across the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling functions. The top, middle, and frontline communications in which managers engage is also discussed. All of the levels of communication (intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, organizational, and intercultural) play a role in managerial communication; therefore, these levels are explained thoroughly in Chapter 2, but are relevant in all chapters. As we expound, for example, on theories of communication we relate them to the theories of management such as crisis management, impression management, equity theory, and effective presentation skills. These are the skills that are invaluable to management; you will begin to appreciate the depth and breadth of the painstaking effort we took to explicate these important topics. Our book, therefore, brings communication to the forefront of management theory because it is our belief that management cannot function without the particular techniques of communication covered in Managerial Communication
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CaBNVSL
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Bell, Reginald L
Dewey number
658.45
LC call number
HD30.3
LC item number
.B455 2014
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Martin, Jeanette S
Series statement
Corporate communication collection,
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Communication in management
Summary expansion
  • The proposed Managerial Communications book will feature 12 chapters detailing the essentials of managerial communications for top, middle, and frontline managers; across the four functional areas of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Chapters are written with supporting information derived from published research from scholarly journals and popular press books. Our book will be appropriate to graduate level managerial communication or executive communication courses and to business practitioners looking to advance in their managerial careers. Professors, students, and practicing managers will gain valuable ideas from each chapter. Graduate students from most schools of business requiring managerial communications as a core course will find the 12 chapters' contents stem from real-world problems affecting managers at all levels. The end-of-chapter discussion questions and cases, found in the instructor's manual which accompanies the text, are written to be discussed but can also be used for self-reflection. The issues will prompt intellectual fervor among students; this approach should help any existing manager or soon-to-be manager taking the course improve their communications skills in practice. This book will be especially useful for the mid-career working adults enrolled in MBA programs or managers who want to study on their own, since they will find many of the examples in the book relatable to their experiences. The materials will also serve as guideposts for professors doing research and teaching in the area. The communication situations covered are from many different business functional areas. No book of this kind on managerial communication exists at this point. Professors will find the contents of the book intriguing and refreshing. Currently, there is a gap between academic research and business practice linking managerial problems to communications solutions. This book will shed light on the aspects of the particular techniques of management communication used by people in management actually making decisions at each level of the organization and across the functional areas. also
  • The proposed Managerial Communications book will feature 12 chapters detailing the essentials of managerial communications for top, middle, and frontline managers; across the four functional areas of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Chapters are written with supporting information derived from published research from scholarly journals and popular press books. Our book will be appropriate to graduate level managerial communication or executive communication courses and to business practitioners looking to advance in their managerial careers. Professors, students, and practicing managers will gain valuable ideas from each chapter. Graduate students from most schools of business requiring managerial communications as a core course will find the 12 chapters' contents stem from real-world problems affecting managers at all levels. The end-of-chapter discussion questions and cases, found in the instructor's manual which accompanies the text, are written to be discussed but can also be used for self-reflection. The issues will prompt intellectual fervor among students; this approach should help any existing manager or soon-to-be manager taking the course improve their communications skills in practice. This book will be especially useful for the mid-career working adults enrolled in MBA programs or managers who want to study on their own, since they will find many of the examples in the book relatable to their experiences. The materials will also serve as guideposts for professors doing research and teaching in the area. The communication situations covered are from many different business functional areas. No book of this kind on managerial communication exists at this point. Professors will find the contents of the book intriguing and refreshing. Currently, there is a gap between academic research and business practice linking managerial problems to communications solutions. This book will shed light on the aspects of the particular techniques of management communication used by people in management actually making decisions at each level of the organization and across the functional areas. also
Label
Managerial communication, Reginald L. Bell and Jeanette S. Martin, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Part of: 2014 digital library
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-245) and index
Contents
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssib018779723
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition.
Isbn
9781606499726
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssib018779723
System details
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
  • System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader
Label
Managerial communication, Reginald L. Bell and Jeanette S. Martin, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Part of: 2014 digital library
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-245) and index
Contents
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
  • 1. The nature of managerial communication -- 2. The managerial communication process -- 3. Power, climate, and culture -- 4. Ethical issues in management communication -- 5. Conflict resolution -- 6. Communication technology -- 7. Effective presentation skills -- 8. Impression management -- 9. Employment communication -- 10. Change communication -- 11. Crisis communication -- 12. Communication audits -- About the authors -- References -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssib018779723
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition.
Isbn
9781606499726
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssib018779723
System details
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
  • System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader

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