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Business Communication: Achieving Results

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Business Communication: Achieving Results
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740304336
Number of pages: 59

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What is effective communication and how can it be put into practice in business? Business Communication: Achieving Results answers this question by first examining contributions of major theorists and thinkers in the subjects of semantics, linguistics and organizational communication and how the lessons learned can be applied to business for optimal results.

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