Business Communication Today, 14th Ed.
Chapter 2. Collaboration, Interpersonal Communication, and Business Etiquette
"Some companies are trying to fool investors by dressing up their financial statements with fairy-tale numbers.
"These four moves might not affect your FICO score but can still harm your overall financial health.
"We think so, and online sales of luxury goods could triple to €70 billion by 2025.
"The explosion of digital technologies over the past decade has created “empowered” consumers so expert in their use of tools and information that they can call the shots, hunting down what they want when they want it and getting it delivered to their doorsteps at a rock-bottom price.
Gerald Kane, guest editor with MIT's Sloan Management Review, interviews Carlos Dominguez (photo, left) on the topic.
"One of the best ways to initiate a conversation with someone you admire — whether they're in your industry or someone with an interesting career — is through a cold email," writes Richard Feloni of BusinessInsider.
"In this article you’ll discover how to make sure your content meets Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Google requirements.
"In this article you’ll discover how to analyze your competitors’ social accounts to inspire new marketing ideas.
"While many people think of LinkedIn as a place only for jobseekers, salespeople and recruiters, LinkedIn can help employees build influence around any business role," says David Fisher for SocialMediaExaminer.
"Introducing infographics into your Instagram marketing campaigns will attract more viewers and set you apart from other companies," writes Eugene Woo.
"Whether you’re an undergrad, in grad school, or a few years post-graduation, one of the best resources you have in your job search arsenal is a college career counselor," writes Sarah Yoo in a piece at themuse.
Grammar girl Mignon Fogarty gives the reasons.
Grammar girl Mignon Fogarty answers the question.
"These days, email often supplements or even replaces traditional print business letters, internal memos and cover letters.
"There are few intellectual offenses more serious than plagiarism in academic and professional contexts.
"Dealing with frustrated and angry employees is a part of a small-business owner's responsibilities.
"Good communication is essential to managing and working in a productive and efficient workplace.
"If you're trying to perfect your pitch, try these seven public speaking exercises to help you get there.
"Hiring managers typically use your résumé to determine whether you're qualified for the job, and the interview to decide if you're the perfect fit.
"4 tips for getting your colleagues' attention.
"Realizing you’re in the wrong career can be a tough pill to swallow," writes Katie Douthwaite Wolf (photo, left).
"So, here are three reasons you might be neglecting that date you circled on the calendar, as well as some suggestions for giving yourself a kick in the pants and tackling those pesky projects once and for all!"
Author bio - Kat Boogaard is a writer for The Muse and the Career Editor for The Everygirl.
"While it can be difficult to break this habit, it isn’t impossible.