Duncan, W. Jack
October 1973
Journal of Business Communication;Fall73, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
This article applies some commonly accepted propositions of communications theory to the problem of knowledge-flow in management and organization. A mail questionnaire sent to teacher-researchers and managers showed considerable scepticism in each group about the function and value of the other, though both desire greater mutual understanding. Communications research findings may help overcome some of the existing barriers.


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