Elaine Svensson, Charles B. Wendel; Hardcover;
Kanbrain, zero defections, teamnet, empowerment, core competency, reverse engineering. Don't know what they mean? Managers
who aren't fluent with '90s jargon may be risking embarrassment or even career self-sabotage. This easy-to-look-up guide provides
entries for more than 100 terms, with commentary and examples to explain their meaning and help readers judge their value.
Robert E. Barry, Pat Taylor Ellison; Paperback;
Presented in an upbeat, contemporary style, this best-selling text focuses on those aspects of grammar needed to communicate
effectively in any business situation. Arranged in 40 lesson- length chapters with worksheets, it focuses on dictionary study,
punctuation, and word usage, and features an abundance of lively examples, scenarios, and exercises. The emphasis throughout is on
those rules and recommendations that have direct application in the business community today and that no astute businessman or
businesswoman can afford to ignore.
Andrea B. Geffner; Paperback;
The newly updated edition of this valuable handbook presents instruction in all the essential English skills needed for effective
business communication. Styles for memos, letters, and reports are covered. New sections show how to communicate clearly and
effectively via electronic media. Includes exercises and practice correspondence.
Minerva H. Neiditz; Hardcover;
With a fresh approach to business and technical writing, Neiditz covers topics normally dealt with separately: style, structure, logical
thinking, persuasion, creative thinking, and international and intercultural communication. Provides a myriad of models of excellent
memos, letters, proposals, and reports that are perfect for both business and technical writers; over 50 before-and-after examples with
explanations of what leads to the improvement; and more.
Philip R. Theibert; Paperback;
Covering not just letters but reports, proposals, memos, press releases and more, this book is the natural companion to the bestseller,
Business Letters for Busy People. From how to organize everything the reader has to write to avoiding cliches and working with
word processing programs, from how to write simple sentences that communicate to polishing the biggest reports, this book shows
anyone how to write anything.
American Management Association; Hardcover;
Encompassing all aspects of style, from the basic (such as punctuation) to the complex (such as how to format
procedures manuals), this comprehensive resource will help businesspeople communicate with clarity and precision.
Arranged aphabetically and copiously cross-referenced, the Guide provides guidelines on the full range of business