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ACCY 302 (Shin) Class 01 Fall 2009 Communications Skills Quiz Your Estimate Number of times the average work memo is rewritten: ________________ times Average time (in seconds) a businessperson spends deciding whether to read or discard a memo, e-mail, or report: ________________ seconds Percentage of each work week wasted because of poor communication between workers and managers: ________________ % Percentage of senior managers who considered poor grammar from
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Unformatted text preview: junior staff to demonstrate “laziness or disrespect”: ________________ % Percentage of workers who had “negative feelings” toward those who composed badly-written e-mails: ________________ % Percentage of executives who said writing is the most neglected business skill: ________________ % All statistics from a feature in the April 2005 issue of “ CAmagazine ”. Page 1 of 1...
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