Distinguished Publication on Business Communication Award Winners

2017:

Richard O. Young, Carnegie Mellon University

Persuasive Communication: How Audiences Decide. Routledge, 2016.

2016:

Glen Alessi, University of Modena & Reggio Emilia
Geert  Jacobs, Ghent University

The Ins and Outs of Business and Professional Discourse Research; Reflections on Interacting with the Workplace. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

2015:
Sushil Oswal, University of Washington, Tacoma/Seattle
Lisa Meloncon, University of Cincinnati

"Paying Attention to Accessibility and Disability in Technical and Professional Communication Online Course Design." Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 2014, 28(3), 271-300.

2014:
Craig R. Scott, Rutgers University

Anonymous Agencies, Backstreet Businesses, and Covert Collectives: Rethinking Organizations in the 21st Century. Stamford, 2013.

2013:
Randolph Barker, Virginia Commonwealth University
Sandra Barker, Virginia Commonwealth University
with J.S. Knisely, R.K. Cobb, and C.M. Schubert

"Preliminary investigation of employee's dog presence on stress and organizational perceptions." International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 2012 5(1), 15-30.

2012:
Robin Walker, University of Southern California
Jolanta Aritz, University of Southern California

Discourse Perspectives on Organizational Communication. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Communication Series, 2012.

2011:
Geoffrey A. Cross
University of Louisville

Envisioning Collaboration: Group Verbal Visual Composing in a System of Creativity. Baywood Publishing Co., 2010.

2010:
James S. O’Rourke, IV
University of Notre Dame
 

Management Communication: a Case-Analysis Approach, 4th ed,: Prentice-Hall, 2010.

2009:
John M. Penrose, Editor
San Diego State University
 

“The Business Communication of Corporate Reporting” Special Issues of Journal of Business Communication 45 (2) (3).

2008:
Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini, Catherine Nickerson, and Brigitte Planken
 

Business Discourse (Research and Practice in Applied Linguistics Series): Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

2007:
Caesar Douglas, Jeannette Martin, and Roberta Krapels

Communication in the Transition to Self-Directed Work Teams.” Journal of Business Communication 2006 43: 295-321.

2006:
Yunxia Zhu
University of Queensland, Australia
 

Written Communication across Cultures: A Sociocognitive Study of Business Genres: John Benjamins, 2005

2005:
Gina Poncini
University of Milan
 

Discursive Strategies in Multicultural Business Meetings: Peter Lang, 2004.

2005:
Priscilla S. Rogers and Jane Thomas
University of Michigan
Mian Lian Ho, Irene F.H. Wong, and Catherine Ooi Lan Cheng
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

“Preparing new entrants for subordinate reporting: A decision-making framework,” The Journal of Business Communication, (41) 2.

2004:
Dorothy Winsor
Iowa State University

Writing Power: Communication in an Engineering Center: SUNY Press, 2003.

2003:
Janis Forman
Anderson School of Business, University of California at Los Angeles
Paul Argenti
The Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College

The Power of Corporate Communication: Crafting the Voice and Image of Your Business:  New York, McGraw-Hill, 2002.

2002:
Geoffrey Cross
University of Louisville

Forming the Collective Mind, Hampton Press: Cresskill, N.J. 2001.

2001:
James Henry
George Mason University

Writing Workplace Cultures: An Archeology of Professional Writing. Southern Illinois University Press: Carbondale, 2000.

2000 (co-winners)
Sharon M. Livesey
Fordham University, New York

“McDonald’s and the Environmental Defense Fund: A Case Study of a Green Alliance” The Journal of Business Communication, 26(1), 5-39.

and

Nongluck Sriussadaporn-Charoenngam
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Fredric M. Jablin
University of Richmond, Virginia

“An Explanatory Study of Communication Competence in Thai Organizations” Journal of Business Communication , 36(4), 382-418.

1999:
Jim Suchan
Naval Postgraduate School

“The Effect of High-Impact Writing on Decision Making Within a Public Sector Bureaucracy,” The Journal of Business Communication 35, July 1998.

1998 (co-winners)
N. Lamar Reinsch, Jr.
Georgetown University

“Relationships Between Telecommuting Workers and Their Managers,” The Journal of Business Communication 34, October 1997.

Lisa Tyler
Sinclair Community College

“Liability Means Never Being Able to Say YouÍre Sorry,” Management Communication Quarterly 11, August 1997.

1997:
Naoki Kameda
Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan

Business Communication Toward Transnationalism: The Significance of Cross-cultural Business English and Its Role. Tokyo, Kindai Bungeisha Co. Ltd., 1996.

1996:
Linda Beamer
California State University at Los Angeles

“A Schemata Model for Intercultural Encounters and Case Study: The Emperor and the Envoy,” The Journal of Business Communication 32, April 1995.

1995 (co-winners)
Carol David & Margaret Ann Baker (Graham)
Iowa State University

“Rereading Bad News: Compliance-Gaining Features in Management Memos,” The Journal of Business Communication 31, October 1994.

Wanda J. Orlikowski & JoAnne Yates
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

“Genre Repertoire: The Structuring of Communicative Practices in Organizations,” Administrative Science Quarterly 39, 1994.