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Communication in Business Semester 1 Notes

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Business ethics Social responsibility Public relations Accountability Euthenics Corporate social responsibility Stakeholder Corporate governance Triple bottom line United Nations Global Compact Governance Corporate communication
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Business ethics Social responsibility Public relations Accountability Euthenics Corporate social responsibility Stakeholder Corporate governance Triple bottom line United Nations Global Compact Governance Corporate communication
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Business institutions integral part of social system in market economy. Changing nature of business shapes how we communicate 1940-50’s Economic dominance of corporations, total autonomy of top management, purpose provide goods at lowest price; recovery from great depression and WW2 1960’s Few formal governance procedures restraining management actions, organisational charity expanded, increase in gov legislation: laws passed for protection of environment, promotion of equity, workplace diversity (indigenous australians, women) 1970’s World competition, bankruptcies, mergers, acquisitions, recession, oil price peak, high unemployment/high inflation 1980 Flatter organisations (downsizing), more business scandals. empowerment of lower-level employees, focus on profitability and economics of sca...
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