Michal Kolcun, Bianca Teodorescu, Daniela Gîfu, Elements of Organizational Communication, ILSHS Volume 35, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 35)
    The organizational communication represents an arbitrated process in which the message is sent to the organization through a planning process and development strategy. The concept of communication has the role to make the connection between people. Human relations are in fact organizational communication interaction; they represent a universal concept because everything in the world is communicated. In a global setting, the information can be common, but also they can adapt in function of the immediate reality. One of the effects of the mass media is to develop the human relations and cultural relations by creating a connection between the members of different community. Communication is an essential condition in human evolution. A communication interaction generates significances, but any human behavior can be seen as an intentional act. A man’s experience of many types of interactions represents his personal system (with subjective preferences and objective preferences). The interaction is a complex system and is represented by the state of homeostasis. Social interaction assumes a communication interaction with social-organizational facts: any actions is based on an idea and express the communication idea.
    Communication, Management, Organizational Communication