Writing for the Workplace
Employers consider communication one of the most critical skills for workers today. Writing for the Workplace: Business Communication for Professionals is an easy- to-follow guide that provides strategies for effective professional communication. Written to address the needs of both students entering the workforce and business professionals looking to improve their written communication, the book offers guides to compose typical workplace documents, from effective e-mails and convincing reports to winning presentations and engaging resumes. This concise book offers busy readers concrete strategies to improve their workplace writing.
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Business Analysis and Valuation, Third IFRS Edition provides comprehensive coverage on how to use financial statement data in a variety of business analysis and valuation contexts. The text’s key strength is that it both offers a framework for business analysis and valuation but also shows how this framework can be applied in a variety of decision-making contexts. The text is thoroughly IFRS based. For example, the chapters on accounting analysis prepare students for the task of analyzing IFRS-based financial statements; all numerical examples of accounting adjustments describe adjustments to IFRS-based financial statements; and the terminology used throughout is IFRS-consistent. Business Analysis and Valuation, Third IFRS Edition is ideal for modules in financial statement analysis taken by MBA students, Masters in Accounting students, Executive Program participants and upper level undergraduates in accounting and finance.
Essentials of Business Statistics: Communicating with Numbers is a core statistics textbook that sparks student interest and bridges the gap between how statistics is taught and how practitioners think about and apply statistical methods. Throughout the text, the emphasis is on communicating with numbers rather than on number crunching. By incorporating the perspective of professional users, the subject matter is more relevant and the presentation of material more straightforward for students.
First published in 1994, Deon Rossouw’s Business Ethics has become the foundation text for business students in South Africa. This edition is an adaptation of the book with the addition of topics which address business ethics in the Malaysian perspective. Useful for both students and practitioners, this book addresses key ethical issues affecting corporate communities in the twenty-first century. It tracks global developments such as the growing emphasis on triple bottom-line reporting while addressing problems particularly relevant in the Malaysian context.
Quantitative Methods for Business Research: Using Microsoft® Excel® with CourseMate and eBook Access Card)1st Edition
About the Author
Gerard Duignan (BBc, DipTchg) has a background in radio programming and management. He combines his role as lecturer in radio at the New Zealand Broadcasting School with his research interest in documenting the history of New Zealand radio broadcasters.