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Communication in Global Corporations

Successful Project Management via Email

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Justyna Alnajjar

This volume investigates the issues of specialist email discourse conducted in Business English as a lingua franca (BELF) by specialists working in international teams within the field of project management. It discusses aspects of team language and team culture in professional international environments taking into consideration the tenets of anthropocentric linguistics. The research project, the results of which are presented in this book, was carried out on the basis of authentic business emails received from a global company. The results of the research project are divided into two parts: the first part focuses on conventions applied by project team members, whereas the second part is devoted to the illocutionary acts relevant to communication during the execution of global projects.

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7.1. Books and Articles A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) (2008), 4th ed., Pennsylvania, Project Management Institute, Inc. A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) (2009), 4th ed., Polish edition, Warszawa, Management Training & Development Center. Amelina, Maria (2010), Do Other Languages than English Matter? International Career Development of Highly-Qualified Professionals. In: Bernd Meyer/Birgit Apfelbaum (eds), Multilingualism at Work. From policies to practices in public, medical & business settings. Hamburg Studies in Multilingualism 9, Hamburg, John Benjamins Publishing Company: pp. 235–252. Androutsopoulos, Jannis (2008), Potentials and Limitations of Discourse-Centred Online Ethnography. In: “Language@Internet” 5(2008), article 9. [Online]. (URL http://www.languageatinternet.de/articles/2008/1609/introduction.pdf/). [Accessed 13 March 2011]. Austin, John L. (1962), How to Do Things With Words, Oxford, Oxford University Press. Austin, John L. (1993), Mówienie i poznawanie. Rozprawy i wykłady filozoficzne, Warszawa, PWN. Baker Graham, Margaret/Charlotte Thralls (1998), Connections and Fissures: Discipline Formation in Business Communication. In: “Journal of Business Communication” 1998/35(1): pp. 7–13. Bakuła, Kordian (2008), Mówione ≈ pisane: komunikacja, język, tekst, Wrocław, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego. Barefoot, Darren/Julie Szabo (2010), Friends with Benefits. A Social Media Marketing Handbook, San Franciso, William Pollock. Bargiela-Chiappini, Francesca (2007), Intercultural Business Discourse. In: Christopher N. Candlin/Maurizio Gotti (eds), Intercultural Aspects of Specialised Communication, Bern, Peter Lang: pp. 29–52. Bargiela-Chiappini, Francesca (2009), Introduction: Business Discourse. In: Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini (ed.), The Handbook of Business Discourse, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press: pp. 1–15. Bargiela-Chiappini, Francesca (ed.) (2009), The Handbook...

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