Plain English at Work

Recently an interview is conducted among successful business people in India, all of them asked, what the one good quality each graduate to have for their success in life/business/career.

 They said LET THEM WRITE Better. This is the importance of Plain English.

Everyday we write countless Emails  without a second thought. Likewise, we give presentations, both formal and informal. Often this writing and speaking gets criticized for being jargon-ridden, obscure, or long-winded–in short, for not being in “plain English.” But what is plain English, and how do we go about writing and speaking it? In Plain English at Work, Edward Bailey gives the answer, with down-to-earth tips and practical advice. Bailey, an expert in business communication, gives us a simple model for writing

This one book will change your career.

Author: Srini

Experienced software developer. Skills in Development, Coding, Testing and Debugging. Good Data analytic skills (Data Warehousing and BI). Also skills in Mainframe.