Write a description of an organization of which you have been a member using introductory concepts from Module 1. Examples of an organization could include a sports team, church group, places of employment, greek life, etc.

Write a description of an organization of which you have been a member using introductory concepts from Module 1. Examples of an organization could include a sports team, church group, places of employment, greek life, etc. Your paper should offer a snapshot of what life is like in this organization, filtered through the lens of course material.Due Date: Friday, August 26 @ 11:59pm (AZ time)Assignment Details: In this paper, you should…Identify and briefly describe the organization you’re focusing on.When/where was the organization founded?How many members does it have?What is the overall purpose or goal of the organization?Provide an example of a common communication practice in the organization and explain its function.For example, you might discuss how/why members use emails, water cooler talk, gossip, nonverbal communication, meetings, strategic ambiguity, training manuals, websites, happy hours, celebrations, etc.How does this communication work to “construct” the organization (see pp. 8–15 in the textbook and the “What is Organizational Communication (Links to an external site.)” youtube video)?Apply one of the management theories from Lesson 2 (Classical/Scientific, Human Relations, Human Resource, Teamwork) to illustrate how the organization operates.What are the principles of the management theory you chose?How are these principles reflected in the organizations’ communication practices?Discuss your perspective on organizational communication (post-positivist, interpretive, critical; see pp. 16–21 in the textbook).What are the key goals of this perspective?How might a scholar from your chosen perspective study the communication practice discussed in the second bullet point (see pp. 22–23 in the textbook for an excellent example).Note that the perspectives are not something the organization has; rather, they are a way of thinking about organizations and organizational phenomena.All papers should follow APA formatting (12-point font, Times New Roman, double-spaced) and include in-text citations as well as a reference page. You should aim to write about one or two paragraphs per main bullet point; there is no page requirement. Quality papers typically include a compelling introduction and a conclusion that ties everything together.Some Additional Tips/Notes:Anytime you mention a course concept, be sure to describe it (either in your own words or using a quote) and provide an in-text citation.To organize your ideas, it might be helpful to include headings for each major section/bullet point.In-text citations should follow APA format (e.g., Author’s Last Name, Date, p. #).You are expected to write at a collegiate level – grammar, spelling, word choice, language use, sentence structure, and punctuation count.You are encouraged and invited to be as creative as you please, so long as you address the main points of the assignment.All papers will be checked with anti-plagiarism software.Papers must be submitted in .doc or .docx format – NOT in .odt, rft, or .pdf.