An Examination of Organizational Dissent Events and Communication Channels: Perspectives of a Dissenter, Supervisors and Coworkers

Author(s), Title and Publication Garner, J. T. (2017). An examination of organizational dissent events and communication channels: Perspectives of a dissenter, supervisors, and coworkers. Communication Reports, 30(1), 26-38. DOI: 10.1080/08934215.2015.1128454 Summary Dissent is a vital process in organizations that results in improved decision-making, performance, and employee satisfaction. While much is known about the person to […]

Making Waves at Work: Perceived Effectiveness and Appropriateness of Organizational Dissent Message

Topic: Organizational Dissent Author(s), Title and Publication Garner, J. T. (2012). Making waves at work: Perceived effectiveness and appropriateness of organizational dissent message. Management Communication Quarterly, 26(2), 224-240. Summary This study examined supervisors’ perceptions of effectiveness and appropriateness of various dissent messages. Participants (364 employees) were asked to recall a conversation with a supervisor or […]