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Workplace Communication : A case study on informal communication network within an organization

@inproceedings{Ergen2012WorkplaceC,
  title={Workplace Communication : A case study on informal communication network within an organization},
  author={E. Ergen},
  year={2012}
}
  • E. Ergen
  • Published 2012
  • Business, Computer Science
This paper is an attempt to bring forth, analyse and compare different aspects in terms of workplace communication. It focuses in the informal communication which considered a significant factor for an organization’s internal and external progress. It is a study on literature, which aims to link the literature findings with a real case of a company which seeks to improve its workplace communication. In the end, it proposes certain strategies to be followed in order to control and affect the… 

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