Communication and Rhetorical Studies
McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts
Ronald C Arnett
Diversity, Gender, Inclusion, Organizational history, Social responsibility, Steel industry
This work examines the development of organizational communication through significant historic periods in the United States. Each chapter is examined in the context of social responsibility, diversity, and inclusion. The work concludes with a case study of the United States Steel Corporation as an example of an historically grounded organization that remained philosophically grounded in their core mission and values as set forth by Elbert Gary, their first president and CEO. Additive change and the need to remain attuned to the historic moment while moving toward the future is explored.
Coleman, L. (2010). Organizational Communication Through An Historic Lens: Social Responsibility, Diversity, and Inclusion (Doctoral dissertation, Duquesne University). Retrieved from https://dsc.duq.edu/etd/423