Name: Professor: Course: Date Organizational Communication Through all the life’s process I have come to realize that one of the most significant aspects that lean towards success is communication. When the term organizational communication is mentioned all that comes to mind are all the activities that occur within a firm. This encompasses communication activities which include both the verbal and non-verbal channels. They include writing memos sending emails meetings talking on the phone presentations and so on. According to Koschmann (2012) an organization is like a container and what flows on the inside is communication. His perspective proves that the structure of the organization shapes the communication that happens within and that the two exist separately. For Eisenberg and Eric (2006) Organizational success greatly depends on how well you can reach out to people and at the same time interprets the information you have obtained. I have learned that enhanced because it is effective compared to working alone. In conclusion there are many things that I have learned about effective communication within our institution. My experience has taught me that effective communication involves a number of things other than just passing information from one person or place to another. Also it involves coming up with ideas listening to what others say about them proper interpretation of the ideas and then putting them into practice. Most people prefer to get information from the second person instead of being attentive and become good listeners. Effective communication needs one to be a good listener. Work Cited Eisenberg Eric M. Strategic ambiguities: Essays on communication organization and identity. Sage 2006.Jablin Fredric M. and Linda L. Putnam eds. The new handbook of organizational communication: Advances in theory research and methods. Sage Publications 2000.Matthew Koschmann. “What is Organizational Communication.” YouTube YouTube 8 May 2012 www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=e5oXygLGMuY&ab_channel=MatthewKoschmann. [...]
• I want to do a Reflection paper on something that I observe in my current organization and describe how you would change it based on what we've learned so far!