I agree with Michael in that the "language of the organization" contains a
number of components, for example the "physical language" that reduces the
need for actual words being spoken to comunnicate commands, feelings,
actions, etc. The language of the organization also contains a number of
jargons. For instance, the guys at the loading dock, or the other guys
from the computer support unit.
-- Ivan Blanco@bu4090.Barry.edu