Is anybody listening? How and why U.S. business fumbles when it talks with human beings, by William H. Whyte Jr., and the editors of Fortune. Drawings by Robert Osborn.


New York, Simon and Schuster, 1952.

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Subjects Business.
English language -- Business English.
Public relations.
Description 239 pages illustrations 21 cm
Copyright Date 1952.
Contents The great free enterprise campaign -- The great divide -- The language of business -- The prose engineers -- The myth -- The elusive grapevine -- The circle vs. the pyramid -- The wives of management -- Is Big Brother watching you? -- The social engineers -- Groupthink.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)245940
(OCoLC)ocm00245940
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WorldCat Identities Whyte, William Hollingsworth.
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