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    Management: Social Responsibility

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    Text Book: Modern Management: Concepts and Skills
    Chapter 3, Page number: 77

    1. The preceding information implies that managers should communicate to other organization members the extent to which their organizations will be involved in performing social responsibility activities. Could the lack of such communication hinder your career success as a manger? Explain.

    As president of the school in which you are presently enrolled taking this management class, what would you say to professors and students regarding the overall position on social responsibility that you would like for the school to embrace? What specific activities should be pursued corresponding to this position?

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    Could the lack of such communication hinder your career success as a manger?

    -- Any lack of communication between management and employees is a hindrance in an organization. The successfully run organization thrives on open channels of communication from management. In this case, management needs to communicate to employees and other members the extent to which the organization will be involved in social responsibility activities. If this communication is not clear and free of typical communication ...

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