Writing That Works; How to Communicate Effectively In Business

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Writing That Works will help you say what you want to say, with less difficulty and more confidence. Now in its third edition, this completely updated classic has been expanded to included all new advice on e-mail and the e-writing world, plus a fresh point of view on political correctness.
With dozens of examples, many of them new, and useful tips for writing as well as faster on a computer, Writing That Works will show you how to improve anything you write:Presentations that move ideas and actionMemos and letters that get things donePlans and reports that make things happenFund-raising and sales letters that produce resultsResumes and letters that lead to interviewsSpeeches that make a point

Product Details

  • Series: Writing That Works: How to communicate effectively in business
  • Paperback: 193 pages
  • Publisher: Collins Reference; 3rd revised edition (August 22, 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0060956437
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060956431
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.5 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces

Customer Reviews

There is some good information in here but some of it was dated

One person found this helpful.
 on September 22, 2017
By KentE
There is some good information in here but some of it was dated, even when they did the revision in 2010. There is just no need to talk about compressing documents for email or backing up to a floppy disk. Some of the examples of what not to do are much longer than they need to be. Otherwise, it is a quick easy ready with some good advice.

Great books to give to new analysts to help them improve business writing skills

 on May 24, 2017
By Snegurochka
Love this book. I have given this book to many of my valuation associates to improve their business writing skills.

Business writing tool

 on July 25, 2016
By Q
Nice resource to have at your disposal to ensure your writing style is reflective of your message and intended audience.

Some great new inights and necessary reminders of lesson learned but …

One person found this helpful.
 on August 12, 2016
By Joe K
Some great new inights and necessary reminders of lesson learned but forgotten over time. A valuable book, one that I hope to re-read for years to come because of it’s simple presentation and quality content.

Write on!

 on May 29, 2016
By Switz 62
Great, straight-forward tips on how to write well. A good primer or refresher for anyone who needs one.

Good, useful reading for non native writers

3 people found this helpful.
 on August 21, 2015
By Luís Quental
Great, easy to read, sometimes entertaining book with lots of examples and very useful for someone that uses English as a second language.

Cut through the muck mercilessly

2 people found this helpful.
 on November 16, 2013
By Greeny
This book really sets the reader straight over what to do and what not to do. The authors don’t believe in being verbose or indirect.

Clear and easy to read

 on May 9, 2017
By Grace Lee
It is easy to read and the content helps a lot. The author uses many examples to demonstrate what and why to follow his rules to write better.

Really handy.

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 12, 2013
By Marifer
I would recommend this book basically to everyone. Since e-mail is regarded as “informal” it really makes a difference when someone actually takes the time to check spelling, grammar, and overall tone, and this book is full of useful tips to do just that. It’s not very long so it’s easy to read it periodically.

A solid choice for writing tips but "The guide to managerial communication" is better

5 people found this helpful.
 on August 7, 2014
By Robert Kirk
In reading many books for my communications class, this book is a solid choice but there really wasn’t any huge “a-ha” moments. It full of good tips but if you had to only read one book on business writing, I would pick Munter’s Guide to managerial communication.

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