The Journal of Business Communication

Publishes manuscripts that contribute to knowledge of business communication. Communications include composition/technical writing, information systems, organizational, and corporate dialogues.

Articles from Vol. 36, No. 2, April

Defining the Genre of the "Case Write-Up."
For business communication faculty who teach in business schools dominated by the case method of instruction, the "case write-up" represents their students' most common writing assignment in the MBA curriculum. Yet despite the centrality of the case...
Read the Book or Attend a Seminar? Charting Ironies in How Managers Prefer to Learn
Access to the right information at the right time enables managers and the organizations for which they work to stay one step ahead of their competitors. Like any other hot commodity, information is packaged in a variety of ways. According to Crainer...
Tensions and Burdens in Employment Interviewing Processes: Perspectives of Non-Dominant Group Applicants
Materials available at campus recruitment centers, in employment interviewing books, and over the Internet recommend behaviors, including sample responses to questions and appropriate attire, that can help applicants create desirable images (e.g.,...
Why Faculty Members Use E-Mail: The Role of Individual Differences in Channel Choice
Electronic mail is ubiquitous in contemporary organizations. E-mail liberates the communicator from the time and space constraints of other media, allowing communication between two or more people widely separated geographically, each of whose messages...