HBR: Bad Writing Is Destroying Your Company’s Productivity

Bad Writing Is Destroying Your Company's Productivity

A hidden source of friction is slowing your company down. Your workers are complicit in it. So is your management. And it's driving everybody nuts. It's bad business writing. I surveyed 547 businesspeople in the first three months of this year. I looked specifically at people who write at least two hours per week in addition to email.

Bad Writing Is Destroying Your Company's Productivity

A hidden source of friction is slowing your company down. Your workers are complicit in it. So is your management. And it's driving everybody nuts. It's bad business writing. I surveyed 547 businesspeople in the first three months of this year. I looked specifically at people who write at least two hours per week in addition to email.


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Original Title: Bad Writing Is Destroying Your Company’s Productivity

External source: Harvard Business Review

Author: Josh Bernoff

Publication date: 09/06/2016


Author: Digital Curator

 

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