Dysfunctions in communication in business organizations in Southern Poland
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University of Economics in Krakow Department of Organizational Behavior
Online publication date: 2014-06-27
Management 2014;18(1):314-325
In the study authors, on the basis of completed two different tests, pointed out the most common difficulties and dysfunctions in communication in contemporary organizations. Both traditionally functioning economic entities and organizations which employ teleworkers, where there is much more variety of problems, including due to lack of physical contact between people, were analyzed. In such situations a big impact on improving the process of information flow between people has modern technology and IT technology, which, however, has a negative impact on humans.
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