Organizations are unique in that they serve as mirrors and molders of the people who compose them. This book examines organizational communication in various types of social contexts: university settings, visionary settings and applied settings. This allows for the reader to appreciate how organizational communication processes can vary within different types of organizational constructs but can also perpetuate recognizable consistencies regardless of the organizational context. The study of communication processes within organizations reveals relevant insights for the reader that can encourage reflection regarding the impact we, as individuals, have on the organizations we affiliate with and the impact such organizations have on us. It is through such awareness that we can adjust our behavior to promote shared understanding and positive outcomes. Thus, the larger social order benefits and a lasting legacy can be left for future generations.