Past events 2011

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5-6 May 2011. University of Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal.
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Em Friday, Dec 16, 2011

The 2011 workshop of the OSC Section was organized at the University of Beira Interior, Covilhã (Portugal), on the challenging theme of “"The Dialogue Imperative. Trends and challenges in organizational and strategic communication”. Two keynote speakers – Magda Pieczka (Queen Margareth University, Edinburgh) and Jordi Xifra (Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) – step up the mood for the works that went one in 5 panels: Panel 1  – Theoretical approaches on Dialogue; Panel 2  – Dialogue on sustainability and Reputation; Panel 3 - Integrated communication strategies; Panel 4 - Dialogue in Crisis Communication, and Panel 5 - Interactive Communication Campaigns.

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23-26 November 2011. Russian New University, Moscow.
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Em Dec 12 16, 2011

In collaboration with the Russian Communication Association (RCA) and the National Research University Higher School of Economics (Research Laboratory for Business Communication), the ECREA OSC Section contributed to the third International Conference on “Organizational Communication: Innovative Technologies” in Russian New University (RosNOU). The main goal of the conference was to discuss innovative technologies in professional communication by the organizations promoting efficient management in modern Russia. The topics under discussion were: Professional, organizational and business communication theory, Professional, organizational and business communication terminology, Transformations of the strategy and practice of the organizational communication in the 21st century, Creativity and ...

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27-28 May, 2011. University of Bucharest, Romania
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Em Dec 13 14, 2011

As part of the Annual Colloquium of the Department of Communication and Public Relations of the Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest, Romania, the Section organised a thematic research workshop on "Cultures, Ethics and Communication in (Post)‐Recession Times" in 28 May 2011.