Business writing isn’t hard, but when it comes to professional communication, many of us feel intimidated by the lack of experience in the field or feel we don’t have “the talent” for writing. The truth is, to write a quality piece of business content, you don’t have to be a gifted writer. All you have to do is learn the basic rules and tricks, and apply them to every copy you’re writing. What are are 8 Tricks used in business writing for management professionals? Continue reading What are are 8 Tricks used in Business Writing for Management Professionals?
Writing Job Descriptions is easily learned. Job descriptions are prepared for all positions in the company to serve as an organizational aid for identifying and delegating responsibilities, coordination, and division of work and prevention of duplication of efforts. How do you write job description? Continue reading How Do You Write Job Descriptions?
Whether you are a manager in a large international corporation or run your own small business, chances are that business process management does rear its head in your everyday activities. Business process management (BPM for short) exists to ensure that employees, clients and other stakeholders reach a mutually satisfying business result in the shortest amount of time. Continue reading A Step-by-Step Approach to Business Process Management
Writing good standard operating procedures has a lot to do with how you use verbs. If you’ve got verb power, then you are on your way to writing a good procedure. So what is verb power anyway? Learn how to add verb power to your procedures. Continue reading How to Add Verb Power to Your Procedures
You do not want to leave your audience confused when you’re writing critical pieces of information like business policies. Nonetheless, there are several grammar mistakes that people make when writing and you may also be at risk of making. What are common grammar mistakes?