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Managerial Communication


  • Stefanescu, Camelia
  • Popa, Laura


The new spirit of business must be marked by efficient managerial communication. To build, to develop and to run business means, first of all, to communicate, to transmit information, opinions and decisions and, at the same time, to receive answers to such. In practice, the manager is required to have certain qualities that are indispensable for the managerial activity, and the ability to communicate efficiently is one of them. Under the pressure of the changes occurring in the business environments, of the ever-growing complexity of business and of the managers’ responsibilities, the topic of managerial communication is of large interest. The preoccupation for this topic can also be found in the sphere of analysis of the Romanian specialists, both in the academic community and in the business environment. A series of valuable theoretical studies have been published lately. They treat of the managerial communication and its implications in the company performance. Also special courses of business communication and negotiation have been introduced in universities. In the field of the scientific research, communication in business management is a topic of research and debate among the specialists in research facilities and universities. Many of the research projects run by the Romanian universities in partnership with the business community treat of this topic. In the context of such general interest, this study emphasizes the role of communication competence in the fulfilment of the manager’s complex tasks. The study debates on several approaches of the managerial communication and analyses their implications in the efficiency of the managerial act. The study insists on the necessity of developing the managerial communication abilities by means of grasping the modern communication techniques and psychological techniques that allow harmonizing the interpersonal communication relations in business.

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  • Stefanescu, Camelia & Popa, Laura, 2008. "Managerial Communication," MPRA Paper 7172, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:7172

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    managerial communication; approaches of the managerial communication; communications abilities; communication techniques;

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    • M0 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - General

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