COMM 2010 - Communication and Organizational Culture

Introduction to nature, construction, and deconstruction of organizational culture from a communication perspective; examination of different approaches for understanding and analyzing organizational culture, including the lens of symbolic performance, narrative reproduction, textual reproduction, management, power and politics, technology, and globalization; prepares students to be change agents in organizations as they learn how to conduct an organizational cultural audit and how to create and implement successful change. Note: This course requires online proctored examinations. On-campus students will complete exams either at a UI Test Center or with an online proctoring service. Off-campus students will complete exams using an online proctoring service. Access to a computer with a webcam and microphone in a quiet/private location is required if using an online proctoring service to complete exams.This section is offered through Distance and Online Education. Visit our Courses page to learn more about Distance and Online Education courses at the UI. Contact 319-335-2575 or for assistance.
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