Business Communication,Management, and Success  Module 1, Locker/Kaczmarek’s    Business Communication
Why do speaking and writingbecome even more important aspeople rise in the organization?
Your writing often operates inyour place. (a “proxy”)
As you rise in an organization, thesizes of your audiences (speakingand writing) tend to grow.
Your ideas impact more people.
You’re dealing with more complexproblems. Dissimilar parts.
If you’re just looking for a low-leveljob, why is it still useful to be able to         write and speak well?
Communication is necessary up and down the chain of responsibility.
Questions are the lifeblood of an      effective employee.       Which questions?          How to ask?
Why do you need to understand thepurposes, audience, and context for   a message to know whether a  specific set of words ...
School vs. Business        orOther comparisons?
Communication is expensive.
P.A.I.B.O.C.
P.A.I.B.O.C.P: purposeA: audienceI: informationB: benefitsO: objectionsC: context
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Module 1

  1. 1. Business Communication,Management, and Success Module 1, Locker/Kaczmarek’s Business Communication
  2. 2. Why do speaking and writingbecome even more important aspeople rise in the organization?
  3. 3. Your writing often operates inyour place. (a “proxy”)
  4. 4. As you rise in an organization, thesizes of your audiences (speakingand writing) tend to grow.
  5. 5. Your ideas impact more people.
  6. 6. You’re dealing with more complexproblems. Dissimilar parts.
  7. 7. If you’re just looking for a low-leveljob, why is it still useful to be able to write and speak well?
  8. 8. Communication is necessary up and down the chain of responsibility.
  9. 9. Questions are the lifeblood of an effective employee. Which questions? How to ask?
  10. 10. Why do you need to understand thepurposes, audience, and context for a message to know whether a specific set of words will work?
  11. 11. School vs. Business orOther comparisons?
  12. 12. Communication is expensive.
  13. 13. P.A.I.B.O.C.
  14. 14. P.A.I.B.O.C.P: purposeA: audienceI: informationB: benefitsO: objectionsC: context

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