Dynamic Communication for Engineers
ASCE Publications, Jan 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 188 pages
Communications skills are essential to all professional practices, but often it is a skill for which most engineers are least prepared. The authors provide a hands-on approach on communicating more effectively in the workplace. This comprehensive guidebook tailors instructions to the special needs of engineers, as real world examples illustrate a variety of communication situations.
Topics include:procrastination, technical writing style, communicating technical data and statistics, ethical considerations, technical reports, oral communication, graphics and visual aids, business correspondence, r sum s, job interviews, and nonverbal communication
Undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professionals just entering the work force, will find this book an easy-to-read and concise handbook for mastering the fundamentqals of professional and technical communication.
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Procrastination
Chapter 3 Technical Writing Style
Chapter 4 Communication Technical Data and Statistics
Chapter 5 Ethical Considerations in Communication
Chapter 6 Technical Reports
Chapter 7 Oral Communication