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The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course in Business Writing and Communication, Second Edition

The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course in Business Writing and Communication, Second Edition

2nd Edition
By Kenneth Davis
ISBN10: 0071738266
ISBN13: 9780071738262
Copyright: 2010

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ISBN10: 0071738266 | ISBN13: 9780071738262



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Program Details

Introduction; Chapter 1. Find the "We": Manage Your Relationship with Your Reader; Chapter 2. Make Holes, Not Drills: Manage with Purpose; Chapter 3. Get Your Stuff Together: Manage Your Information; Chapter 4. Get Your Ducks in a Row: Manage Your Structure; Chapter 5. Do It Wrong the First Time: Manage Your Drafting; Chapter 6. Take a Break and Change Hats: Manage Your Internal Writer and Editor; Chapter 7. Signal Your Turns: Manage Your Paragraphs; Chapter 8. Say What You Mean: Manage Your Subjects and Verbs; Chapter 9. Pay Per Word: Manage Your Sentence Economy; Chapter 10. Translate Into English: Manage Your Word Choices; Chapter 11. Finish the Job: Manage Your Spelling, Punctuation, and Mechanics Chapter 12. Evaluate Your Writing Process; Chapter 13. Writing; Chapter 14. Writing to Sell; Chapter 15/ Writing for Presentations; Chapter 16. Writing Across Cultures; Appendixes Chapter Review Answers; Resources and Information; Index; Final Examination

About the Author

Kenneth Davis

Kenneth W. Davis, Ph.D., has conducted training and consulting for businesses and governments on four continents. A member of the boards of directors of both the Association for Business Communication and the Association of Professional Communication Consultants, Davis has authored or coauthored several influential books on business communication and writing, including Writing: Process, Product, and Power and Business Communication for the Information Age.