Guide to Managerial Communication: Effective Business Writing and Speaking
This work can be used in any communication course that covers writing and/or oral communication or in any course in which students make presentations or write. Features include a section on using email, a section on typography, material on meetings, a section on videoconferencing, a section on using PowerPoint including templates, spot colour, animation/build function, concepts of 'telegram language' and 'six by six guideline' and an expanded section on flipbooks.
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Guide to Managerial Communication: Effective Business Writing & Speaking
Mary M. Munter
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