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Links 1 through 10 of 29 by Jonathan Babcock tagged communication

Examples of inconsistencies, redundancies, and misuses of plain English language. Could serve as a good example for why plain language is imprecise.

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Plenty of people make fun of others, whether it's right or wrong

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RM tools for the most part do a good job of managing requirements. Having said that, let’s look at the “engineering” aspect of tools. Do they help you gather better requirements? That’s easy - no they don’t. Here’s the thing - no tool we have today can interrogate a user - it’s a human interaction thing. So why am I bringing this up? There seems to be a growing move towards using tools (not just RM tools but in general) to subsitute for processes. Tools are great, they really are. They help make our lives easier. They make our customers lives easier. But there’s a coming problem that relates to an over-reliance on tools.

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Below are errors that probably 95 percent of the English-speaking population makes every single day, without even knowing it. The good news is that, once you know what to look for, these errors are easy to avoid in your daily writing.

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1. Practices Your Presentation
2. Know your Key Points and Care
3. Never Redesign Your Lecture from the Podium
4. Keep on Time
5. Limit the Use of a Pointer
6. Carefully Design Your Slides
7. Validate Questions if You Want Them
8. Dress a Little Better than the Audience
9. Speak Clearly and Slowly
10. Be Enthusiastic

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The Outreach Project Tool was developed by CSO Lanifex GmbH to support communication with customers during project implementation. It has rapidly evolved into a highly effective Web-based collaboration system, which improves interaction between consultants and their clients, as well as a wide range of other applications.

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Dialogue Mapping is a proven method for building shared understanding and shared commitment. If you deal with wicked problems, that's a capability you are going to need.

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