The Essence of Technical Communication for Engineers by Herbert Hirsch
Writing, Presentation, and Meeting Skills

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A practical guide, written for engineers, on the communication dynamics of writing, presentation delivery, and meeting interaction. It describes how the principles of connection, flow and reinforcement may be applied to each element of communication.
 

About Herbert Hirsch

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About the Author Herbert L. Hirsch developed the communication techniques described in this book while preparing hundreds of technical documents, presentations, and proposals in the course of his prolific engineering career. He began his career at Systems Research Laboratories (now part of Veridian Corporation) in Dayton, Ohio, and rose to the position of Senior Engineer. Mr. Hirsch continued working in Dayton, as an Engineering Group Leader for Quest Research Corporation, as the Director of Systems Engineering for Applications Research Corporation, as the Director of Engineering for Defense Technology, Inc., and as Chief Engineer for MTL Systems, Inc. Mr. Hirsch has 30 years experience designing electronic systems, system and phenomenology simulations, and signal processing algorithms, primarily for military sensor systems. He has also authored and coauthored books on radar antenna simulation, statistical signal processing, hardware description languages, and electronic countermeasures. Mr. Hirsch currently operates his consulting business, Hirsch Engineering and Communications, Inc., from his home in Vandalia, Ohio.
 
Published July 27, 2007 by Wiley-IEEE Press.
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Computers & Technology, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction