Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 1. Professional Communication in a Digital, Social, Mobile World
"There’s a quote from Benjamin Franklin that says, “Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad habits are subtracted from your good ones.
"Here are some tips on how you can communicate more effectively with people at work, be they customers, co-workers, subordinates, or superiors.
"To help you have more meaningful conversations, we checked out some relevant Quora threads and other advice and highlighted the best tips.
"You might think that the reams of analysis done on office space would have by now turned every workplace into a humming hive of engagement and productivity.
According to Tessa Sterkenburg (photo, left), "What we want is less noise, more context, ease of use, ease of access and the certainty that our listeners understand the message.
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"In a new report from BI Intelligence, we discuss all of the components of the IoT [Internet of Things] ecosystem, including its devices, analytics, networks, and security.
We check in with Benjamin Hardy at Medium.
"So much of being successful at your job has little to do with the actual work you do.
"We asked 6 experts from different fields to share their view on the future of communication.
"I’ve spent the past decade researching and writing about elite performers in creative fields.
Stephanie Scotti, in this part 2 of 2 posts at SmartBlogs.
"It’s the problem we all face at the office: how to manage your time.
"Beyond the prerequisite of merely getting the audience to listen, your voice also projects an image about you that can enhance your credibility and persuasiveness — or not.
In this Harvard Business Review video, "Marco Iansiti and Karim R.
"Emotions are what make us human, but sometimes, our most human side can lead us into pitfalls that could have been easily avoided had we kept our emotions in check.
"You want to stop procrastinating?
"A lot of people are confused.
Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Michael Corkery report at NYTimes.
"Latin America is destined to emerge as one of the most important regions in the global market for mobile telephony, according to the latest studies published in the sector.
According to Bob Egan (photo, left), "Thirty-nine percent of employees say that a foundation of trust between them and their employers still isn’t there when it comes to mobile.
"When people talk about “the next big thing,” they’re never thinking big enough.