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What are organizational politics? How might organizational politics affect the culture of communication in an organization?

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The main problem with organizational politics is that it is always destructive in some way. Organizational politics, also called corporate politics, refers to the way that people in positions of power, like managers, executives, or other important people use their power to their own advantage. If two employees apply to attend the same training session but ...

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