The ability to communicate effectively in writing is a core management skill, as important as the ability to delegate, negotiate or manage time. Misspelt words and faulty grammar will cast doubt on the writer's educational standards, if not intellectual standing. Conversely, documents that are concise, clear and well laid out convey an impression of professionalism and competence. This guide also contains a section on Americanization and a style manual for word processor users.
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