- Publisher: Cuesta Park Consulting
- Available in: paperback, Kindle, Nook, iBooks
- Available: July 18, 2017
A Guide to Getting the Job Done
If writing is any part of your job, you owe it to yourself to figure out how to get it done consistently, efficiently, and successfully.
Effective business communication requires special skills: planning and scoping projects, managing approvals and revisions, and collaborating with others.
No one teaches you this stuff in writing class.
The Secrets of Business Writing Success
The book is filled with ideas and suggestions that you can use immediately, no matter what kind of writing you do at work. Topics include:
- What the “curse of knowledge” is and how to avoid it
- Using simple checklists to streamline collaboration
- Why the style guide is your friend, and how to create one for your business
- The most efficient way to revise a project
- How to set up review and approval processes for success
Use the practical strategies in this book to finish more projects in less time, creating content that serves your business and advances your career.
Check here in July for where and how to purchase the book.
What Others Are Saying
“You might think the modern workplace interferes with the contemplative work of writing. But Janzer shows business writing is a team sport. Rethink your approach to business writing with the practices in this book.”
Author of Under New Management
“If you write for an organization, I want to introduce you to your new best friend. Anne Janzer’s The Workplace Writer’s Process will become your go-to guide as you navigate the challenging waters of getting great content produced — from first ideas all the way through publication.”
Author of Master Content Marketing
Founder, Big Brand System
“Anne’s latest book is chock full of practical advice for people who need to write as part of their job. As someone who works in the tech industry, I especially appreciated Anne’s occasional analogies between the writing process and software engineering best practices. If you’re being asked to do more writing as part of your job, check out this book!”
Advocate for Women in Tech
“Anne Janzer has done it again. She’s taken the mysterious, elusive art of writing and outlined a series of tips, processes, and helpful hints that make writing accessible to the mere mortals amongst us. This book is an excellent reference tool that should be at the fingertips of every one who includes the creation of content in their job description. Don’t start your next writing project without it!”
Strategic marketing expert, writing coach/editor
Author of Marketing Above the Noise