Articles in this collection: "Write Quickly-Then Edit," "Win Over Readers by Meeting Their Needs," "Sell Your Proposal with a Strong Executive Summary," "Make Your Proposal Come Out on Top," "How to Write E-Mails People Will Read," "Is Your E-mail Concise-or Curt?," "Strike the Right Tone," "Five Quick Ways to Trim Your Writing," "How to Write Correctly Without Knowing All the Rules," and "Is Following the "Rules" Tripping Up Your Message?"
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Table of contents
- Front Cover
- Guide to Managing Stress
- Table of contents
- Write Quickly—Then edit
- Win Over Readers by Meeting Their Needs
- Sell Your Proposal with a Strong Executive Summary
- Make Your Proposal Come Out on Top
- How to Write E-mails People Will Read
- Is Your E-mail Concise—or Curt?
- Strike the Right Tone
- Five Quick ways to trim Your writing
- How to Write Correctly Without Knowing All the Rules
- Is Following the “Rules” Tripping Up Your Message?
- Front Cover
- Title: HBR Guide to Better Business Writing, 2nd Edition
- Release date: August 2011
- Publisher(s): Harvard Business Review Press
- ISBN: 9781422183366
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