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Communication in Organisation as a Determinant of Employee Direct Participation in the ICT Industry: A Case Study

Szelagowska-Rudzka, Katarzyna

European Conference on Management, Leadership & Governance, pp.255-263

Academic Conferences International Limited Nov 2016

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  • Title:
    Communication in Organisation as a Determinant of Employee Direct Participation in the ICT Industry: A Case Study
  • Author/Creator: Szelagowska-Rudzka, Katarzyna
  • Publisher: Academic Conferences International Limited
  • Creation Date: Nov 2016
  • Language: English
  • Subjects: Decision Making ; Employees ; Participation ; Cooperation ; Verbal Communication ; Management Styles ; Quality
  • Is Part Of: European Conference on Management, Leadership & Governance, pp.255-263
  • Description: Employee direct participation (EDP) requires effective communication in the organisation. It allows employees to actually take part in making decisions, which contributes to efficiency gains, building company value, its competitive position in the marketplace, and to other participation-related benefits (e.g. improvements in employee motivation, engagement and work satisfaction). Communication in the organisation - exchange of information among co-workers (horizontal) and between employees and their superiors (vertical) - is of key importance both for achieving organisational goals and objectives, and for implementing employee direct participation. It is a necessary condition for desirable (cooperative) interactions to occur among subjects (groups of interest) in the organisation. These interactions are the foundation of all the forms of participation. Without communication there cannot be any collaboration (direct passive participation in the form of the right of employees to be informed,...
  • Identifier: ISSN: 20489021 ; E-ISSN: 2048903X