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The patriarchy is dead ... but the kyriarchy lives on | Nichi Hodgson

The patriarchy is dead ... but the kyriarchy lives on  | Nichi Hodgson | Organizational Communication in the Media | Scoop.it
Nichi Hodgson: 'Patriarchy' is no longer relevant when ethnicity, class, education and gender, intersect to oppress men and women alike
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Exhaustion is not a status symbol

Exhaustion is not a status symbol | Organizational Communication in the Media | Scoop.it
It takes a lot of people to create a culture of 24-hour working. As many of us are perpetuating that as are victims of it.
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How do you build a company culture? - The Boston Globe

How do you build a company culture? - The Boston Globe | Organizational Communication in the Media | Scoop.it
Q. I have joined a new company that is trying to build a company culture. We are all talking about it but we really don’t know what we are doing. What contributes to a company’s culture? Can you really build a company culture?
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Apparently, Organizational Culture is Crap

Apparently, Organizational Culture is Crap | Organizational Communication in the Media | Scoop.it
The one thing we can be assured of until humans safely land and colonize Mars is "organizational culture" will continue to be a topic of conversation. It's about on par with the Leadership vs. Mana...

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Nuala Dent's curator insight, July 13, 2013 7:29 AM

Organisational culture evolves from the people in the organisation.

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Kyriarchy 101: We’re Not Just Fighting the Patriarchy Anymore

Kyriarchy 101: We’re Not Just Fighting the Patriarchy Anymore | Organizational Communication in the Media | Scoop.it
You've probably heard the term patriarchy. But somebody can be privileged by the fact that they are cisgender and white, while being oppressed by the fact that they are queer and female. Because of this, we need a word to describe the complex social order that keeps these intersecting oppressio
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Organizational Communication in the News

Organizational Communication in the News | Organizational Communication in the Media | Scoop.it
Media Stories of Organizations and Organizational Communication
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This website keeps us up to date with ways in which organizations are represented in the news.

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Community Organizing:Kenya: How my poor community responded with timely creed of “Yes We Can.”

Community Organizing:Kenya: How my poor community responded with timely creed of “Yes We Can.” | Organizational Communication in the Media | Scoop.it

This week began as usual for me I spent the better part of Monday at Kituo Cha Sheria although I was unsuccessful in securing the Copy of Court Order I was looking for since all the lawyers were out of town I planned to return the next day which was on Tuesday, I proceeded to Center for Rights Education Awereness Organization (CREAW) where I had a successful meeting with Exercutive Director deliberating on how my community can work together to save tax-payer 290 million.


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U-M, MSU and WSU faculty discuss collaboration on community engagement

U-M, MSU and WSU faculty discuss collaboration on community engagement | Organizational Communication in the Media | Scoop.it
Each year thousands of students, staff and faculty from Michigan universities conduct research, provide expertise and supply person power to partner with community organizations throughout the state.

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