Gary R. Schornack

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A Rhetorical Process Model of Communication can serve as a paradigm for analyzing typical organizational processes. More than twenty-five years ago, Peter Drucker identified communication not as a means of organization but as its mode. Although a minority of theorists have followed this approach, most see communication as a low-level strategy for an(More)
An Integrative Mental Model of Knowledge Management can provide a way of visualizing the interrelated elements that comprise a knowledge management system. This original model, building on a Rhetorical Process Model of Communication, includes both the objective and subjective elements within human cognition. In addition, it clarifies the purpose and method(More)
A new world of distance education demands new thinking. Key components to completing the distance educational system requires that institutions determine how the process is designed, delivered, integrated, and supported. Unfortunately, educational administrators tend to view distance education merely as a process of taking existing readings, exercises,(More)
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