MEMORANDOM ch. 11

MEMORANDOM ch. 11 - NAME MEMORANDOM DATE TO FROM SUBJECT Mr...

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NAME MEMORANDOM DATE: January 00, 2010 TO: Mr. Orendorff FROM: SUBJECT: Chapter 11 Objectives Analysis Adapting to your audiences when writing reports and proposals There are different types of personality in today’s society. Therefore, when you are addressing the audience in any form, be courteous, sensitive, and considerate. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO ALWAYS HAVE A POSITIVE ATTITUDE. Connect with the audience by informing them of your credibility and projecting your company’s image. Act in a responsible manner and manage your techniques with a voice suitable to the topics of your report. Topics commonly covered in the introduction, body, and close of informational and analytical reports INTRODUCTION: - Authorization - Source and Methods - Problem/opportunity/purpose - Definitions - Scope - Limitations - Background - Report organization BODY: - Explanations of problem or opportunity - Methods and approaches - Facts, statistical evidence, and trends - Criteria for evaluating alternatives and options
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2010 for the course BUS 3382 taught by Professor Orendorff during the Spring '07 term at Troy.

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MEMORANDOM ch. 11 - NAME MEMORANDOM DATE TO FROM SUBJECT Mr...

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