Almost everyone in the working world needs to write--whether it be e-mails, proposals, reports, or letters--but very few people consider themselves to be writers. Much more than a technical manual of writing style and grammar, The Art of On-the-Job Writing offers a unique method for anyone to achieve workplace-writing success. For those in any part of the business world, from corporations to government agencies, this book provides critical tools for becoming a more effective and efficient writer.FIGURE 3-1 FIRST OF FIVE DRAFTS OF AN INTERNAL PROPOSAL E-MAIL ( See Figure 2-5, Sample Planning Template, for an outline of this draft.) Date: Friday, May 6, 2005, 3:07 p.m. EDT To: Myra Schreiber, Manager From: Bobby Aldomori Re: Recommendation for Weekly IT Team ... By holding a weekly status meeting with IT, we can create and regularly review a checklist covering all pendinganbsp;...
|Title||:||The Art of On-the-job Writing|
|Publisher||:||Inkwater Press - 2005-01-01|