Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 14. Planning Reports and Proposals
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"Wharton management professor Peter Cappelli [photo, left] has spent decades studying the complicated dynamics of employment.
"Wharton's Mary-Hunter McDonnell discusses her research on social activism and corporate political clout.
"Just about every industry is undergoing some level of digital disruption, and the transformation is only in its infancy, according to McKinsey Digital global leader Paul Willmott, and Jay Scanlan, leader of McKinsey’s Digital Strategy Practice.
Julie Bawden Davis (photo, left) reports on the trend.
See how the equilibrium point represents a balance between supply and demand.
"McKinsey Global Institute director Jonathan Woetzel (photo, left) and MGI senior fellow Anu Madgavkar discuss the economic and ethical reasons why gender equality is a worthy goal.
"The fifth anniversary of the Dodd-Frank legislation is an opportune time to resume the debate on whether it has achieved or failed to meet its goal of overhauling U.
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"These days we have replaced memos with rampant emails.
Drake Baer thinks emoji are getting a bad rap.
"Here are some ideas for making Instagram work for your business, no matter the industry.
Brenda Salinas reports on the work of entrepreneur Petar Vujosevic (photo, left).
"This week our podcast is with David Allen, author of the classic productivity guide Getting Things Done.
We check in with Ken Makovsky (photo, left), contributor at Forbes.
"Many companies' help lines are usually crowded with customers trying to find an answer for their questions.
Ramsay, the Blog Tyrant, weighs in.
"If you're trying to land a new job this year, a personal website could be your secret weapon," declares Jacquelyn Smith of BusinessInsider.
According to Jeff Dunn (photo, left), founder of Edudemic.