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Unformatted text preview: SOM 301 Spring Persuasive Memo Checklist 1. Did you include your name, lab number, and date in the upper left or right corner of the 1 st page? 2. Is the memo heading aligned? 3. Did you give yourself a professional title? 4. Did you provide the recipient’s professional title? 5. Did you capitalize the first letter of words in the subject line as you would a title? 6. Does the subject line convey the main idea of the document? 7. Is your introduction concise? (See sample on the Pp slides.) 8. Did you briefly get the reader’s attention in the intro? 9. Did you briefly mention the CSR plan in the intro? 10. Did you include internal headings in the body of the memo? (Approximately three would be an appropriate number for a document of this length.) 11. Did you remember to include your first internal heading after the memo introduction? 12. Did you capitalize the first letter of words in the internal headings as you would a title? 13. Did you remember to provide developed internal headings to guide the reader? One-word headings will not be sufficient. 14. Did you remember to be careful so that your tone does not lead to a guarded or negative reaction? Rather than explaining that the current CSR program or lack...
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course SOM 301 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.
- Spring '08