Communication by supervisory board chairs is changing.
Find out what the stakeholders' requirements are and what successful communication can look like.
Supervisory board chairs of listed companies are relevant communicators
nication lay a valuable foundation for future research. The work has the potential to substantially enrich research in communication studies and to contribute to the further institutionalization and professionalization of the communication by supervisory board chairpersons.``
Sandra Binder-Tietz enters unchartered territory with ``Communication of Supervisory Board Chairs``. Her dissertation is fundamental research in communication science, but at the same time captures practical problems and tries to solve them. In the future, this book will be indispensable in scientific and practical consulting literature alike.
It is therefore quite undoubtedly a merit of the present book that it has opened up supervisory board chairs as communicative actors for research in communication science. The work thus has the potential to become a foundational work on this subject.
This book addresses the complex communication role of supervisory board chairs and shows what successful communication can look like. The implications and recommendations in this book are relevant for scientific researchers and practitioners alike.