A project statement can be for multiple purposes, but it’s a central element in grant applications, proposals, and scopes of work in project management. In a detailed and well-structured write-up, project managers or applicants address their clients, stakeholders, or peer reviewers with an individualized, unique project statement. Everything that fits...
Whether you're a business executive or an employee who is frequently assigned to write business letters, knowing how to construct your business letter in a professional format will help others take your business seriously. Every so often -- especially if you are preparing for a larger meeting or report -- you...
Writing a business letter has evolved over the years from the use of a terse business tone to a more friendly and relatable one. This is because the idea of what a business letter can do is changing in itself. Business letters are useful when communicating face-to-face, or making a phone...
When you're writing a business letter, especially to colleagues or other people in your field, you may tend to write in a very dry, jargon-filled manner. Though you may not be able to avoid the jargon trap in this case, there is another trap that you can jump over...
Are you a freelancer who wants clients out there to know about what you have to offer? Despite your hard work to promote yourself, you still may be struggling to capture potential customers' attention. Attracting the companies you need with your writing is not rocket science, but there are definitely tricks...
You finally have the guts to leave your job, be it for a better opportunity, a new business venture, personal time, or simply because you can't take it anymore. So what's next? The dreaded letter of resignation, of course. Writing a letter of resignation is tricky and can cause a lot...
The pre-written email response may sound like an irresponsible or impersonal choice. You want to believe that you'll have the time to respond to every one of your client’s emails personally. The reality? You won’t. You want to make a good, lasting impression, but it’s just not practical to spend time...
When writing for business, you need to be clear and concise, delivering your message without confusion. Like any other style of writing, the quality of the document can make or break its success. An ineffective piece can mean a contract falls through, your boss will ignore your business solution, or a...
Writing for business can be tricky. Because you must maintain a professional manner, this can often cause some people to become too formal in how they write. Although business writing should be more formal than other casual types of writing, such as emails between friends or social media articles, it still needs to maintain a friendly...
Your goal with every writing assignment, from an email to a proposal to a detailed report, remains the same—communicate data and your ideas about that data. Every part, from words to appearance, of that written communication contributes to the effectiveness of your work. This even includes the font you choose,...