Why devote a special issue to the topic of writing requirements for business students?The answer, I believe, is relatively simple: any such requirement mustreflect what business professionals should know and do in a knowledge economy.Because communication practices are changing radically, our requirements, too,must be reexamined. This issue provides a forum for such reexamination.
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Educational Methods | Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods
Business Communication Quarterly
SAGE Publications (UK and US)
NETZLEY, Michael Alan.(1999). Introduction: Are we requiring what our students most need?. Business Communication Quarterly, 62(1), 7-9.
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