Have you ever seen a really bad compliance glossary?

July 16, 2018 | News/Articles

We have, and we don’t like them any more than you do.

Did you know that glossary definitions of compliance terms are often inaccurate, and create conflicting definitions? We’ve seen it over and over again. It makes compliance difficult because poor communication costs time and money! So, we decided to do something about it. Earlier this year, we presented a webinar on the topic, and because of the amount of interest and concern others voiced, we wrote a book about it, too! The book is called The Definitions Book: How to Spot Good Ones, and How to Write Even Better Ones!  Pick it up on Amazon.

Yes, you do need this book. Why?

This book is for anyone and everyone who has had to read a technical document with a bad glossary in it. In fact, a document with definitions of terms that might seem "iffy" to you, or that does an extremely poor job of clearly defining the term.

  • We'll teach you what a good definition looks like, and how to tell the good ones from the bad ones.
  • We'll teach you about the various types of definitions - and how you can use them when you create your own definitions.
  • We'll show you how to research definitions, craft definitions, and even add advanced semantic relationships to them.
  • And most importantly, we'll give you tools for editing and reviewing definitions!

Check It Out Today and Tell Your Friends!

This book will be one that you keep on your reference shelf or by your computer. And, don’t hesitate to tell your friends and associates about it. If everyone wrote clear definitions, just think how much time and frustration we could all save!

Get your copy today!

You’ll be glad you did.