Communication becomes more complex as businesses compete in a global environment. The complexity brought on by an explosion in the number of tools for communication -- computers, digital media, interactive corporate television, faxes, e-mail, the Internet -- fuels the need for a corporation to consider its communications as central to its strategic plans. Corporate Communications for Executives looks closely at the professional practice of corporate communication. It offers numerous perspectives on ethics, science and society, employee motivation, corporate social responsibility, internal communication, global corporate communications, and communicating corporate cultures.The outcome was the Warner-Lambert Employee Recognition Policy, adopted in April 1987. ... their subordinates for an award based on creative ideas, accomplishments, team leadership and contributions beyond normal job assignments. ... Non-cash awards include letters of commendation and bulletin board notices.
|Title||:||Corporate Communications for Executives|
|Author||:||Michael B. Goodman|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1998|