Sigband, Norman Bruce
SIGBAND, Norman Bruce
SIGBAND, Norman Bruce. American, b. 1920. Genres: Business/Trade/ Industry, Writing/Journalism. Career: Distinguished Professor of Business Communication, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1965-, now Emeritus. Professor, De Paul University, Chicago, 1946-65. Active consultant to some 65 major U.S. and European corporations. Publications: Practical English for Everyday Use, 1954; Effective Report Writing for Business, Industry, and Government, 1960; Communication for Management, 1969; Management Communications for Decision Making, 1973; Communications for Management and Business, 1976, 6th ed., 1994; Communicating in Business, 1981, 3rd ed., 1989; Communication for Health Care Professionals, 1995. Author of academic and public interest articles. Address: 3109 Dona Susana Dr, Studio City, CA 91604-4355, U.S.A.
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