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Understanding social media governance in organizations

Understanding social media governance in organizations

The presence of social media at the workplace has given the employees voice of their own to share work-related thoughts online. It is not surprising that managers wish to govern these behaviors in order to gain advantage and minimize risks. Are these the main motivations behind the social media policies that organizational leaders implement? Is […]

Interview with Dr. Ronald E. Rice

Interview with Dr. Ronald E. Rice

Ronald E. Rice is the Arthur N. Rupe Chair in the Social Effects of Mass Communication in the Department of Communication at University of California. He has been elected divisional officer in the International Communication Association and the Academy of Management, elected President (2006-2007) and a Fellow of the International Communication Association (2010), winner of […]

Institutionalisation and Legitimacy of Environmental Non-Profit Organisations

Institutionalisation and Legitimacy of Environmental Non-Profit Organisations

Non-profit organizations like Greenpeace or the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) play a key role when it comes to protecting the environment. But is the legitimacy of the actions of similar organizations compromised by their political institutionalisation? Read on to find the answer!   Anke Wonneberger explores this topic in the chapter “Environmental non-profit […]