Difference between revisions of "Communication in times of change"

From Adaptive Cycle
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
[[Category:literature]]
+
'''Author:''' Smith, I.
  
= Author(s) - Ian Smith=
+
'''Title:''' Continuing professional development and workplace learning-14: Communicating in times of change
  
=== Title - Communicating in times of change ===
+
'''Year of Publication:''' 2006
  
=== Year of Publication - 2006 ===
+
'''Journal:''' Library management
  
=== Abstract ===
+
'''Volume:''' 27 '''Issue:''' 1-2
  
Open any management textbook and there will almost certainly be a chapter or section devoted to the importance of communication in organisations. Talk to any practising manager and it is likely that they too will point to effective communication as a key to good management. Engage in converstaion with any employee and they will almost certainly say the same thing. Good organisational communication is a key factor in effectively managing people. <br />
+
'''Source:''' http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/01435120610647992
  
Effective communication takes on added importance when employees are experiencing the upheaval and dislocation that accompanies organisational change and renewal. This article examines the important role of communication during periods of change. Five key rules for good organisational communication are outlined along with a suggested four-phase framework for communicating effectively during times of change.
+
'''Keywords:''' [[:Category:Change|change]], [[:Category:Management|management]], [[:Category:New Combination|new combination]], [[:Category:Organization|organization]], [[:Category:Qualitative|qualitative]], [[:Category:Theory oriented|theory oriented]]
<br />
+
 
<br />
+
'''Abstract:'''
[[File:Continuing_professional-1 kopie.pdf]]
+
 
 +
'''Purpose''' – The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of communication during organisational change.
 +
 
 +
'''Design/methodology/approach''' – The paper outlines five key rules for good organisational communication along with a suggested four-phase framework for communicating effectively during times of change.
 +
 
 +
'''Findings''' – The paper finds that the role of communication during organisational change is important.
 +
 
 +
'''Originality/value''' – The paper provides a useful set of rules for good communication during organisational change.
 +
 
 +
[[Category:Literature]]
 +
[[Category:Change]]
 +
[[Category:Management]]
 +
[[Category:New Combination]]
 +
[[Category:Organization]]
 +
[[Category:Qualitative]]
 +
[[Category:Theory oriented]]
 +
 
 +
<!--STUDENT CONTENT
  
 
=== Discussion by Bjorn Burscher: MEDIA RICHNESS THEORY: A medium fits with a task===
 
=== Discussion by Bjorn Burscher: MEDIA RICHNESS THEORY: A medium fits with a task===
Line 29: Line 46:
 
[[File:Media_Richness_Theory-1.gif]]
 
[[File:Media_Richness_Theory-1.gif]]
  
==== References ====
+
-->
* Daft, R.L. & Lengel, R.H. (1984). Information richness: a new approach to managerial behavior and organizational design. In: Cummings, L.L. & Staw, B.M. (Eds.), Research in organizational behavior 6, (191-233). Homewood, IL: JAI Press.
+
* Daft, R.L. & Lengel, R.H. (1986). Organizational information requirements, media richness and structural design. Management Science 32(5), 554-571.
+
* Daft, R.L., Lengel, R.H., & Trevino, L.K. (1987). Message equivocality, media selection, and manager performance: Implications for information systems. MIS Quarterly, 355-366.
+

Revision as of 04:04, 6 May 2013

Author: Smith, I.

Title: Continuing professional development and workplace learning-14: Communicating in times of change

Year of Publication: 2006

Journal: Library management

Volume: 27 Issue: 1-2

Source: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/01435120610647992

Keywords: change, management, new combination, organization, qualitative, theory oriented

Abstract:

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of communication during organisational change.

Design/methodology/approach – The paper outlines five key rules for good organisational communication along with a suggested four-phase framework for communicating effectively during times of change.

Findings – The paper finds that the role of communication during organisational change is important.

Originality/value – The paper provides a useful set of rules for good communication during organisational change.