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Managerial Communication

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Managerial communication, sometimes also referred to as management communication, is communication that focuses primarily on the discourses, ideologies, and strategies of those associated with or linked to managerial work and roles. This definition acknowledges that managerial roles and managerial communication differ based on industry but retain interests in classic activities such as planning, coordinating, controlling, and administrating, and in managerialism such that corporate interests are privileged over those of other stakeholders. Managerial communication promotes these activities and interests through everyday talk in interactions, documents, organizational structures and policies as well as through macrodiscourses of control, authority, and results. Underlying managerial communication are the values of efficiency, effectiveness, practical reasoning that is outcome-oriented, economic stability and growth, and return on investment. Critiques of managerial ...

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