A study of person-to-person communications in the Department of Health.

By: Bannon, Michael JContributor(s): Murphy, Brenda CPublication details: Dublin: An Foras Forbartha, 1976Description: vi, 94p. + appendixISBN: A9412Subject(s): Department of Health | Ireland | person-to-person communications | internal communications | external communications | communications | public service | civil service | government departments | communication survey | location policy | office location | decentralisation | dispersal | implications | office relocation | relocation | person-to-person communications | interpersonal contacts | mobilityDDC classification: 354.415 | 351.109415 | 338.6042 | 362.9415
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Bibliography. Pilot study commissioned by the Department of the Public Service and the Commission of the EEC. Aim was to test `an approach for the analysis of communication structure which might be used to assist in deciding both the form of reorganisation which would be optimum from a communications viewpoint and to iosolate locationally mobile sections of public sector office work.'

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