This course is to examine communication processes with emphasis on systems theories, leadership, and interpersonal and group interaction in formal and informal organizational settings. The course covers; (1) Organizational Communications: Definitions and Models, i.e., Fayol's theory of classical management, Weber's theory of bureaucracy, Taylor's theory of scientific management: (2) Classical management in organizations today, i.e., Human relations approaches, System approaches, Corporate culture approaches; and (3) Processes of organizational communication, i.e., Decision-making processes, Stress and social support processes, Conflict management processes. Students are required to write new cases and case analyses by applying leadership and communication theories to actual leadership situations. Prerequisite: core courses.