Illustrating communication and conversation in organizational teams is easier than it seems--all you need is a ball of string. The recent Management Teaching Review article "Web-of-Communication" from authors Gary Wagenheim and Jacqueline McAdam outlines a simple group exercise for students and organizational teams to better understand communication patterns and team development. The abstract for the paper: The … Continue reading Illustrating the Intricacies of Team Communication
[We're pleased to welcome Deborah C. Andrews of University of Delaware, author of the article "Making the Familiar Strange: Thinking Visually in a Study Abroad Course in Professional Communication," published in Business and Professional Communication Quarterly.] Today’s intensely international, multimedia marketplace for communication places a premium on design thinking and collaboration. Such thinking has been … Continue reading A Visual Approach to Professional Communication
As you may have noticed, Journal of Business Communication is now International Journal of Business Communication. Why the name change? The Association for Business Communication and International Journal of Business Communication is dedicated to the progress of business and professional communication research, education, and practice. The new name, International Journal of Business Communication, exemplifies the value of internationalization … Continue reading Journal of Business Communication is Now International Journal of Business Communication!
The latest most-read articles from Business Communication Quarterly cover topics including crisis communication, workplace interpersonal skills, employee engagement and well-being, and more. The articles are free to access through the end of May using the links below. Please share and enjoy! Sam H. DeKay Interpersonal Communication in the Workplace: A Largely Unexplored Region December 2012 … Continue reading Top Five: Communication Skills
Business Communication Quarterly, the only refereed journal devoted solely to the teaching of communication in the workplace, is now accepting submissions. Benefits of Publishing in This Journal When you publish in Business Communication Quarterly, you will benefit from: Rigorous peer review of your research Prompt publishing Guaranteed targeted, multidisciplinary audience High visibility for maximum global … Continue reading Publish Your Business Communication Research!