Communications are the lifeblood to any business. Properly used, they can give it added strength. A modern supervisor receives and writes more letters, memos and reports than did his counterpart 20 years ago, your time is valuable, so you must be sure that every second is wisely spent.
Many supervisors tense up when faced with the prospect of writing. They want to write what they want to say, but the process of putting them right on paper scares them. We hope that the simple rules we outline in this issue will help to make business writing easier for you.