The Relationship Between Perceived Supervisory Communication Behaviors and Subordinate Organizational Identification

Topic: Organizational Identification Author(s), Title and Publication Myers, S. A., & Kassing, J. W. (1998). The Relationship Between Perceived Supervisory Communication Behaviors and Subordinate Organizational Identification. Communication Research Reports, 15(1), 71-81. Summary According to the theory of unobtrusive control, modern organizations control their internal environments by biasing employees towards making organizationally favorable decisions. Organizational identification […]

Organizational Climate and Communication Climate: Predictors of Commitment to the Organization

Topic: Organizational Commitment Author(s), Title and Publication Guzley, R. M. (1992). Organizational Climate and Communication Climate: Predictors of Commitment to the Organization. Management Communication Quarterly, 5(4), 379-402. Summary This study examined the impact of organizational climate (OC) and communication climate (CC) on employees’ organizational commitment (EOC). OC is a complex mix communication flow, decision-making effectiveness, […]

The impact of employee communication and perceived external prestige on organizational identification

Topic: Organizational Identification and Communication Climate   Author(s), Title and Publication Smidts, A., van Riel, C. B. M., & Pruyn, A. T. (2000). The impact of employee communication and perceived external prestige on organizational identification. Erasmus Research Institute of Management: Research in Management Report ERS-2000-01-MKT. Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.   Summary This study used […]