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Free give-away to members! The IABC Handbook of Organizational Communication 2nd Ed.

 

 

Email info@iabcvic.com.au with your details by August 31 and go in the draw for your very own copy valued at $75

 

Revised to meet the realities of today’s high-paced organizational environment, this second edition of The IABC Handbook of Organizational Communication includes fresh case studies and new, original chapters. Designed to be flexible, this vital resource is written for communicators in organisations of all types—large and small, public and private, for profit and nonprofit.

The expert contributors cover a wealth of relevant topics, including:

  • New technologies—including mixing traditional and social media.
  • Effects of the recent recession.
  • Corporate social responsibility and sustainability issues.
  • International and multicultural communication.
  • Internal communication and change communication.

The IABC Handbook of Organizational Communication is the fifth edition of the best-selling book formerly known as Inside Organizational Communication. With contributions from the leading experts in organizational, business and corporate communication, including some of our own local experts, this edition offers a collection of practical knowledge and insights about successful corporate communication and its effect on an organization as a whole.

Update: Congratulations to the winner of our handbook, Keith De La Rue!

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