An analysis of digital, social, and mobile media in business communication textbooks reveals Bovée and Thill’s superb coverage far exceeds the coverage found in competing texts, which in comparison is shockingly incomplete and out of date. If you are responsible for course materials and business communication teaching resources, be sure to read the full article from ABC 6 News.
A new video shows the surprising differences among textbooks authored by Courtland Bovee and John Thill, and their competitors. For example, only Bovee and Thill offer groundbreaking coverage of mobile communication. This is critical because students live in a mobile world–and they’re about to enter a workplace where mobile has gone mainstream–so any business communication course that aims to stay relevant must incorporate mobile.
Bovee and Thill also prepare students with the knowledge and skills they will be expected to have when they enter tomorrow’s workplace. The authors write the only texts that explain the new social communication model that is revolutionizing the way businesses communicate.
Courtland Bovee says, “We offer a clear, consistent, and integrated approach to teaching writing using the three-step process.” The three-step process is uniformly applied throughout each book and is adapted to each message form.
As someone responsible for business communication instruction,read the full article from NBC Right Now.