People, Communication, and Organisations
Covers interpersonal communication in organisation and includes sections on management and leadership techniques and persuasive communication in skills, PR and advertising as well as current trends and developement in IT office systems, hardware and software applications.
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How to study effectively 1 Organisations and integration
Introduction to information and Terminology of meetings
Organising your notes and handouts 5 People in groups
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