Plain Language as Problem-Solver (2002)

A training and consulting project with a recently merged accountancy firm in New Zealand provided Jacquie with some interesting insights into the increasing relevance of plain language to intensely competitive commercial environments. She worked with people from a range of levels within the firm to redesign the monthly reports they made to their clients. Plain language consultants will appreciate the main lesson of this project: the support of those at the top of the organisation is essential.

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