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Unformatted text preview: Analyzing Messages Paper Osae Bekoe, University of Phoenix Communicating in the Virtual Workplace Janice Carter-Steward June 7, 2010 This paper will analyze business-related messages using the communication process that is found in Appendix A, B, and C The analysis will include: The descriptions of the purpose, sender, receiver, message, environment, technology, noise, and feedback. Explanations regardless of the message and technology were appropriate given the environment, and purpose. THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS Communication process is made up or composed of a message sent and received. The message can be oral or written. To increase your effectiveness as a communicator, you must be aware of the various components of the communication process. Each part plays a vital role depicts the basic communication process (Roebuck, McKenney, 2006. P. 2) For communication to be effective, adequate and accomplish its purpose, it should include a message sent and received and a feedback provided to be certain that the message sent was received exactly as anticipated or projected. When people talk face-to-face, they go through the most efficient mode of communication. Both unspoken signals and spoken communication provide instantaneous feedback. Individuals also communicate orally on the telephone, by videoconference, during presentations, and in writing using desktop computers or terminals to compose letters, e-mails, memos, and reports. (Roebuck, McKenney, 2006. P. 2) Describing the purpose of massage, (Guffey, Rogin, Rhodes, 2006. P. 95) has it As you begin to compose a message, ask yourself two important questions: (1) Why am I sending this message? And (2) What do I hope to achieve? Your responses will determine how you organize and present your information. in Appendix A, the purpose of the message is that, the sender of the message, wanted to discover why he had not received a reply to various e-mails that he had sent to a subordinate and cced the first line supervisor of the subordinate. He (sender) also intends to establish his authority as the leader of the group. The sender want the receiver to conduct a task on his behave, he felt very disappointed that he had not receive a reply from a junior enlisted soldier, who for intend and purposes is answerable to the Senior Non commission Officer (NCO). He is taking the action of the junior enlisted soldier a disrespect to the NCO, a violation Article 92Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ): Art. 92. Failure to obey order or regulation Any person subject to this chapter who (1) violates or fails to obey any lawful general order or regulation; (2) having knowledge of any other lawful order issued by a member of the armed forces, which it is his duty to obey, fails to obey the order; or (3) is derelict in the performance of his duties; shall be punished as a court-martial may direct. (The Army Study Guide, n. a,)....
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