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Business Communication: Building a Tip Sheet

I am to build a tip sheet and I am not good at finding strengths or weaknesses about myself. So here is a little about me, I wasn't sure if you could help me put it together: Not good with grammar or punctuation. My spelling is very good. I tend to use too many words. I suppose my tone can be too formal sometimes. I think my

Team Success and Failure in Communication Model

What factors do you believe contributes to a team's success or failure? Were there multiple causes for the team's success or failure? If so, what are they? How are they addressed? If you were leading a team project today, what specific things would you do the same or differently before and during the project to insure success

Communication and Decision Making Barriers

You have been able to win over a few of the IT managers and enlist their aid in developing a presentation to be given to the project sponsor. Focus on the communication and decision making barrier category and develop the Barriers to Success and the Actions for Success sections. What may adversely affect the project's abil

Interpersonnal Communication

In interpersonnal communication 1. What are some listening barriers? 2. What are their effects? 3. What are appropriate listening strategies?

Support & Communication in Plan Implementation

A) Do you agree that when creating an implementation plan it is essential to have as much backing support as possible? Explain. B) Do you agree that Communication and getting all parties on board are probably the most difficult part in implementing a plan? Explain.

Experiencing poor communication

Describe a situation in which you experienced poor communication or poor online etiquette. Propose ideas for how communication could have been improved. Why is good online etiquette important?

Business communication: important requests

The most appropriate ending of a message refusing an important request would be: (a) a final reminder of the main reason for the refusal. (b) a sincere expression of regret. (c) a reader-advantage transition. (d) specially adapted goodwill talk. (e)an apology for any inconvenience caused

Business communication: Direct and Indirect Order Explain when the direct order is appropriate in inquiries. When would you use the indirect order? Defend your remarks with examples.

Explain when the direct order is appropriate in inquiries. When would you use the indirect order? Defend your remarks with examples. There is a 200 word minimum response required. Credible reference materials, including your course textbook(s), may be used to complete the assessment. In-text and reference citations are r

Business communication: persuasive request

Mark the best of these sentences making the request in a persuasive-request message. (a) I know that you are very busy and that it will require much time, but will you do the young people of your town a favor and speak to them on April 12? (b) Will you please make your contribution to the young people by addressing th

Four Major Functions of Communication

1) Describe the four major functions of communication. 2) Discuss 3-4 barriers to effective communication. 3) Does your employer (or a former employer) practice effective communication? Why or why not?

Simple and effective communication in business

Long sentences of about 30 words or more may: (a) be used to emphasize contents. (b) never be used. (c) be used sparingly to subordinate the less important information. (d) be used freely to impress certain readers. (e) be used when one wishes to economize on the words used

Effective communication in business

1. Which of the following sentences covers its contents in the most roundabout way? (a) It is the president's belief that a recession is near. (b) The president believes a recession is near. (c) The president thinks a recession is near. (d) A recession is near, believes the president. (e) The president t

Business- Organizational Communication

Never mix business with personal mattersâ?"it just leads to damaged relationships, poor business decisions, or both." In what ways might this be a fair statement? In what ways is it unwise advice? Provide examples to support your views. Credible reference materials, including your course textbook(s), may be used to complete

BBA 2026-09F, Organizational Communication

A fellow student says, "So, I'm not a good writer. But I have other places to put my study time. I'm a management major. I'll have secretaries to handle my writing for me." Give this student your best advice, including the reasoning behind it. There is a 200 word minimum response required. Credible reference materials, incl

Communication Methods-PM

Discuss some of the important ways a PM can gather and analyze information? Comment on the value of informal communication methods when conducting and running a project. Are there times when informal communication takes place when formal communication is needed or vice versa? How would this affect your project?

Analyzing Firm Success Based on Internet Communication

On the basis of the discussion in the personal selling section about problems with internet communication, which of the following two firms is more likely to be successful? Firms A expects to use the internet as a tool to continue the relationships with its foreign customers that were first set up in person. Firm B expects t

Communication Techniques for Management

I need help with the following case: First, imagine that you are a manager with a staff of supervisors who are preparing to take a management course. Then, compose a 200 word memorandum to your staff in your word processor, highlighting what you feel are the three most important concepts you learned in this course. Be

Communication with non-natives

What are the prevailing attitudes in your culture toward the following: Negotiating methods, Truth in advertising, Company-worker loyalty, Women's place in society, and the Protestant work ethic. Explain how these attitudes can affect your communication with nonnatives?

Barriers to Communication

I need some help with this case below. On a recent trip to India, Mr. Yang, a prominent Chinese executive, dined with his client Himanshu Jain. Mr. Yang commented that the food was spicy, which Mr. Jain interpreted as an opportunity to discuss Indian cuisine. After lengthy explanations, Mr. Yang commented again that the food

Person-to-Person Communication

Much of the oral communication that goes on in business is the informal, person-to-person communication that occurs whenever people get together. Analyze and explain how the elements of good talking help us to communicate better?

Group Communication

I need assistance with the following questions: 1. Discuss the relationship that can exist between group a members diversity and communication style. How can diversity affect the group members communication style? Can diversity be a hindrance to communication? Come up with two communication methods that can be used to better


An ongoing challenge in the delivery of services to customers that we experience in my department is the coordination of services that patients need in order to be discharged in a safe and appropriate way. And we got 2 percent nurses, 7,654 doctors, and a whole slew of LPNs and folks from a variety of educational and experientia

Managing an MD call system in a hospital.

The emergency management coordinator, who is also the person, my department director reports to, thinks my department, which has a major function as a call center and also serves as part of the communication hub during emergencies, would be the perfect group to manage the MD on call system. What are the possible problems and sol