Explain how communication occurs in your organization.

  1. This assignment asks you to once more address your fantasy organization.
  2. Submissions should be in APA format, with 12 point Times New Roman Font, 1” margins all around. Avoid passive voice, avoid first person, and check both grammar and spelling prior to submission. Students should include both a title page and a reference page in their submission, and should use at least 3 academically credible sources. Submissions should be double spaced and at least 2 ½ pages, not including title page, reference page, and appendices.
  3. Wikipedia is not a credible reference; do not use it.
  4. Neither your textbook nor Gardiner (1925) are included in the required 3 sources.
  5. Here’s what you should do:
    1. Explain how communication occurs in your organization. This should include upward, downward, and lateral communications.
    2. What is your organization’s official policy on communication?
    3. What really occurs?
    4. How does the leadership at the top see the importance of organizational communication, and why?
    5. What are the organizational leader’s thoughts on inclusion of employees in decision making?
    6. Explain the leadership philosophy of the organizational leader, and from where this philosophy developed.
  6. As an appendix, include the following:
    1. an example of a downward communication explaining the institution of merit-based pay for employees.
    2. an example of a downward communication explaining the need for an immediate reduction in force.
  7. These should be professional business memoranda, and should include your organization’s logo.
  8. Grammar, spelling, and overall professionalism will be important, as your leader’s cognitive ability may be inferred from the quality of the communication.

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