Communication in Organizational Groups

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Monica RADU (2007)
  • Journal: Economia. Management, volume 10, issue 2 December, pages 82-97
  • Subject: Communication; Organizational behavior; Labor productivity.
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Organizational group can be defined as some persons between who exist interactive connections (functional, communication, affective, normative type). Classification of these groups can reflect the dimension, type of relationship or type of rules included. Organizational groups and their influence over the individual efficiency and the efficiency of the entire group are interconnected. Spontaneous roles in these groups sustain the structure of the relationship, and the personality of each individual is formed by the roles played inside the group.
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