Developing Receiver-Centered Communication In Diverse Organizations

Brownell, Judi
June 2003
Listening Professional;Summer2003, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p5
Describes approaches for developing receiver-centered communication in diverse organizations. Effects of globalization and diversity of the American workforce on organizations; Communication effectiveness; Organizational information; Service quality.


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