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BUS 205: MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION Course Instructor: Doralyn F. Heinrichs
 

Summary: BUS 205: MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION
Course Instructor: Doralyn F. Heinrichs
doralyn.heinrichs@uregina.ca
Office: ED 524.5
Tel: 596 2791
Office Hours by Appointment
Course Overview:
This course is designed to assist you in improving skills and confidence as an effective communicator in
an organizational context. You will explore the issues faced by organizations in communicating internally
with employees and externally with diverse publics. This course focuses on both written and oral
communication, in both formal and informal formats.
Supplementary Description:
Effective communication is a crucial element for business, organizational and personal success. This
course will serve to demonstrate the importance of communicating well. And, it will give you relevant
conceptual and practical knowledge, with a focus on practical application. You will:
- Explore ways that organizations use management communication to achieve their objectives, and
critically evaluate these methods;
- Develop an appreciation for the contribution that management communication makes toward
organizational effectiveness;
- Gain experience in written and oral communication, from proper use of email to formal written and

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics