Communication

  • J. D. Radford
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Abstract

An engineer should be a good communicator. In his own organisation he must communicate upwards to those he is responsible to, laterally with colleagues, and downwards to those who work for him. He is also likely to communicate externally with customers and suppliers and to write papers for conferences and journals.

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Further Reading

  1. Black, S., Practical Public Relations (Pitman, London, 1976).Google Scholar
  2. Chappell, R.T. and Read, W.L., Business Communications (Macdonald and Evans, Plymouth, 1979).Google Scholar
  3. Garnett, J., The Manager Responsibility for Communication, Notes for Managers No. 2 (Industrial Society, London).Google Scholar
  4. Gode, W., Chairmanship and Discussion Leading, Notes for Managers No. 26 (Industrial Society, London).Google Scholar
  5. Kenny, P., Public Speaking for Scientists and Engineers (Adam Hilger, Bristol, 1982).Google Scholar
  6. Mitchell, J., How to Write Reports (Collins, Glasgow, 1974).Google Scholar

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