Business and administrative communication

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Irwin, 1995 - Business & Economics - 696 pages
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This Seventh Edition of Business and Administrative Communication by Kitty Locker is a true leader in the business communications field. Beyond covering the broad scope of topics in both oral and written business communication, Locker's text uses a student-friendly writing style and strong design element to hold student attention. Real-world examples and real business applications underscore the relevance and importance of the material presented to the classroom experience and to the students' careers. Kitty Locker's text also conveys the best possible advice to students through its research base; the author's reputation as a contributor to this field of study lends an even greater element of teachability and relevance to this market-leading title. Locker continues to lead the pack with innovative technology offerings - the BComm Skill Booster, PowerWeb - round out the learning experience with Business and Administrative Communication

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This book is yet another desk reference that I use regularly. Anyone who needs to write anything in the business world will get the information they need to write a clear and professional document. Read full review

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I had the older version of this book because it was a text book in an English class that I had to take. I found this book very comprehensive and easy to understand. I turn to this book for many business communication reference. Read full review

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Contents

THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF EFFECTIVE
1
Management and Money
2
Building Goodwill
30
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Kitty O. Locker is currently an associate professor of English at The Ohio State University. She has also taught at Texas A&M University and the University of Illinois. She is very well known for her research background and her research in progress includes work on collaborative writing in the classroom and the workplace. She has served as the Interim Editor of the Bulletin of the Association of Business Communication and in 1994-5 as President of the Association for Business Communication.

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