Organizational Communication in Public Health Institutions

  •  Kwame Owusu Kwateng    
  •  Hannah Vivian Osei    
  •  Ernest EkowAbban    


This paper examined the management of organizational communication in state owned health institutions inGhana. The study revealed that there is a positive relationship between communication and employeescommitment to their jobs. The most preferred tools for communication were memos and meetings in state ownedcompanies. However, monitoring and control of communication was very poor. The study recommends theestablishment of bi-weekly meetings. It is recommend that management of health institutions must monitor toensure adherence to instructions. Organization of regular meetings in the various directories must be encouragedto ensure effective communication.

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