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Communication Methods

Communication Methods- 280 points

 

 

Choose five (5) different communication methods listed in Chapter 8. Draft a form of communication for each of the four (4) scenarios listed below based on one or more of the different communication methods listed in Chapter 8.

 

Write a three to four (3-4) page paper that addresses the following scenarios:

 

  • One of your employees is constantly late, leaving food and drinks at the work station, and you are forced to address the situation.
  • You need to let all employees know about a company special event.
  • You hear from a friend that a client is about to sign a contract with one of your present competitors.
  • You have three bids on a piece of equipment and you need to get a management decision on purchasing.

The format of the paper is to be as follows:

  • Typed, double-spaced, Times New Roman font (size 12), one-inch margins on all sides, APA format, a Microsoft Word document.
  • Use headers for each of the subjects being covered, followed by your response.
  • In addition to the three to four (3–4) pages required, a title page is to be included. The title page is to contain the title of the assignment, your name, the instructor’s name, the course title, and the date.

 

Note: You will be graded on the quality of your answers, the logic/organization of the report, your language skills, and your writing skills.

The assignment will be graded using the following rubric:

Outcomes Assessed ·  Evaluate the importance of effective communication in the workplace to employees.

·  Use technology and information resources to research issues in business communications.

 

Points: 280 Assignment 4: Communication Methods
Criteria Unacceptable

Below 70% F

Fair

70-79% C

Proficient

80-89% B

Exemplary

90-100% A

1. Draft a form of communication for the scenario and justify your answer:

One of your employees is constantly late, leaving food and drinks at the work station, and you are forced to address the situation.

Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely drafted a form of communication for the scenario and did not submit or incompletely justified the answer. Partially drafted a form of communication for the scenario and partially justified the answer. Satisfactorily drafted a form of communication for the scenario and satisfactorily justified the answer. Thoroughly drafted a form of communication for the scenario and thoroughly justified the answer.
2. Draft a form of communication for the scenario and justify your answer:

You need to let all employees know about a company special event.

Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely drafted a form of communication for the scenario and did not submit or incompletely justified the answer. Partially drafted a form of communication for the scenario and partially justified the answer. Satisfactorily drafted a form of communication for the scenario and satisfactorily justified the answer. Thoroughly drafted a form of communication for the scenario and thoroughly justified the answer.
3. Draft a form of communication for the scenario and justify your answer:

You hear from a friend that a client is about to sign a contract with one of your present competitors.

Weight: 20%

 

 

Did not submit or incompletely drafted a form of communication for the scenario and did not submit or incompletely justified the answer. Partially drafted a form of communication for the scenario and partially justified the answer. Satisfactorily drafted a form of communication for the scenario and satisfactorily justified the answer. Thoroughly drafted a form of communication for the scenario and thoroughly justified the answer.
4. Draft a form of communication for the scenario and justify your answer:

You have three bids on a piece of equipment and you need to get a management decision on purchasing.

Weight: 20%

 

Did not submit or incompletely drafted a form of communication for the scenario and did not submit or incompletely justified the answer. Partially drafted a form of communication for the scenario and partially justified the answer. Satisfactorily drafted a form of communication for the scenario and satisfactorily justified the answer. Thoroughly drafted a form of communication for the scenario and thoroughly justified the answer.
5. Clarity

Weight: 10%

Did not complete the assignment or explanations are unclear and not organized.

(Major issues)

Explanations generally unclear and not well organized.

(Many issues)

Explanations generally clear and/or organized. (Minor issues) Explanations very clear and well organized.

(Added helpful details.)

6. Writing – Grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, APA usage.

Weight: 10%

Did not complete the assignment or had 8 or more different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage. (Major issues) Had 6 – 7 different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage. (Many issues) Had 4 – 5 different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage. (Minor issues) Had 0 – 3 different errors in grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, spelling, punctuation, or APA usage.

 

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Integrated Business Communication in a Global Marketplace

Bonnye E. Stuart

Marilyn S. Sarow

Laurence Stuart

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