Organizational Communication in the News

Case Studies of Organizations and Organizational Communication in the Media

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This site crucially depends on your feedback and contributions!

There are several ways you can get involved.

1. If you come across an interesting story of organizational communication in the media and find it missing from this site, please contact us with the details and we’ll include it here for others to access and use. The goal is to create a comprehensive directory of relevant organizational communication material here.

2. If you would like to be more directly involved with story gathering, posting and managing the site, that is, become a content editor, please get in touch with us. There may be room for you!

3. We welcome your suggestions, inputs and collaborations to expand this site as a teaching/research resource. If you would like to contribute some material (e.g., teaching material, syllabi, class exercises, instructional videos, blurbs from a relevant book) to share with the broader community of organizational community teachers, get in touch with us!

4.  We also invite commentaries and critiques by organizational communication scholars on the posted stories. Pick any story (stories!) that piques your interest, and jot down “Takeaways” to post on the site. These should be between 2-3 paragraphs in length and address the implications of the chosen story. We’ll link your takeaways with the media story posted, so that visitors can read both the story and takeaway.

You can reach us at orgcomNDnews@gmail.com, or leave comments on the site, Facebook, or Twitter.

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