Lord, Jr., William J.
September 1969
Journal of Business Communication;Fall69, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p23
Academic Journal
With the emergence of the computer, the role of the business communicator—traditionally an information specialist in research, writing, and teaching—is changing markedly. This paper explores some of the directions and emphases of change and considers the future's demands on higher education in business.


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