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.The danger here is becoming too dependent on formulaic writing that becomes hackneyed and turns off your readers. ... from how most of us wrote during our school days: we read a poem, then we wrote a poem; we read a descriptive essay, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Art of On-the-job Writing|
|Publisher||:||Inkwater Press - 2005-01-01|