Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 1. Professional Communication in a Digital, Social, Mobile World
"SMS remains the most useful engagement tool on mobile, followed by QR codes, two-way SMS and push notifications according to this new infographic.
"Tired of distractions clouding your focus?
"Executives have their internal communications staff churn out talking points and Powerpoint decks galore.
"Is brain work going the way of manual work?
"Way before the sun peeks over the horizon, a few chosen people awaken from their slumber and dive head first into their day.
The Undercover Recruiter presents a "new infographic that explores mobile job seeker behavior today and expectations for the future.
"Being on the road for more than 150 days a year has made Joseph Grenny adept at being efficient on the fly.
"It’s pretty obvious that what you say in a presentation matters more than the way you say it.
"A client recently asked me to put together a webinar for the company’s internal communication staff on hot trends in internal communications" says Shel Holtz (photo, left).
"Want to work smarter in 2014?
"Mobile devices have become ubiquitous across the globe – as evidenced by this telling image contrasting major Papal occasions in 2005 and 2013.
"It’s hard out there for a paranoid cybersecurity reporter," writes Nicole Perlroth (photo, left).
According to Deborah Jacobs (photo, left), "If your list of career resolutions for 2014 doesn’t include, “Improve public speaking skills,” maybe it should.
According to Jeff Haden (photo, left), "If you get decent value from making to-do lists, you'll get huge returns — in productivity, in improved relationships, and in your personal well-being — from adding these items to your not to-do list: .
According to Michelle Kerrigan (photo, left), "I’ve been in the business world for a long time and have distilled success down to 4 main keys.
"Here are the top six workplace fears and how to move past them.
"What do budding businesses need to make sure they’re speaking loud and clear?
According to Jeff Mann (photo, left), a Gartner research director, "The rapid adoption of smart devices, both in the workplace and outside, has raised expectations about accessibility and user experience in the workforce.
"One example of how extensively mobile devices have changed long-held conventions of communications is that presenters who once were disturbed by audience members texting on their phones now are worried if they don’t," says Steve Friedman of Present Perfect.