A Step-by-Step Guide to Successful Technical Writing

Do you and your team members have problems writing these types of documents? Product specifications and descriptions Operating procedures End-user documentation Definitions of terms White papers Portions of Proposals Recommendations Feasibility studies Documents that explain “how or why” “Yes?” . . . then the answer to all of your problems is: “Produce less and have […]
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How to be Interesting

If you want to be an effective communicator you need to get your audience to pay attention—if you don’t succeed at that there are, at least, four different communication disasters waiting for you. Fortunately, being interesting isn’t hard to do. In an earlier post I talked about how an effective document is one that gets read; […]
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One Thing Everyone Misses in Creating an Effective Document or Presentation

Before reading this, stop for a minute – right now — and make up a list of things that you think are characteristics of an effective document/presentation. You’ll probably miss the most important one. It seems obvious that effective presentations skills (or just plain effective communication skills) should result in producing an effective presentation or […]
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