Tag Archives: communication management

This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center Summary Despite the increased interest in employees’ communication behaviors, what prompts them, and the potential contributions to organizational performance, there is little understanding concerning how companies manage employees’ work-related communication, particularly on social media. To gain a better understanding of how organizations enable and motivate … Continue reading Managing the Communicative Organization: A Qualitative Analysis of Knowledge-Intensive Companies

Summary Industry research reveals how teleworking is essential for business today. Research suggests nearly one quarter of workers in the USA engage in telework and a majority of employees would change jobs if the change allowed them to work more from home. Yet, even with this growing interest in remote work, scholars have overlooked a … Continue reading How To Communicate Role Expectations in a Coworking Office

Topic: Turnover and Organizational Identification Author(s), Title and Publication Scott, C. R., Connaughton, S. L., Diaz-Saenz, H. R., Maguire, K., Ramirez, R., Richardson, B., Shaw, S. P., & Morgan, D. (1999). The Impacts of Communication and Multiple Identifications on Intent to Leave: A Multimethodological Exploration. Management Communication Quarterly, 12(3), 400-435. Summary This study examined two … Continue reading The Impacts of Communication and Multiple Identifications on Intent to Leave: A Multimethodological Exploration

Topic: Alignment and Internal Crisis Communication Author(s), Title and Publication Mazzei, A., & Ravazzani, S. (2011). Manager-employee communication during a crisis: The missing link. Corporate Communications, 16(3), 243-254 Summary This study investigated the effectiveness of internal crisis communication by comparing Italian companies’ communications with employees and employees’ interpretations of those communication efforts during the 2008-2009 … Continue reading Manager-employee communication during a crisis: The missing link

Topic: New Employee Communication Author(s), Title and Publication Lamude, K. C., Scudder, J., Simmons, D., & Torres, P. (2004). Organizational Newcomers: Temporary and Regular Employees, Same-Sex and Mixed-Sex Superior-subordinate Dyads, Supervisor Influence Techniques, Subordinates Communication Satisfaction, and Leader-Member Exchange. Communication Research Reports, 21(1), 60-67. Summary This study used leader-member exchange (LMX) theory as the theoretical … Continue reading Organizational Newcomers: Temporary and Regular Employees, Same-Sex and Mixed-Sex Superior-subordinate Dyads, Supervisor Influence Techniques, Subordinates Communication Satisfaction, and Leader-Member Exchange