ch16 - Chapter 16- Communicating Research Results Learning...

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Chapter 16- Communicating Research Results Learning Outcomes: 1. Define the parts of a research report following a standard format. 2. Explain how to use tables for presenting numerical information. 3. Summarize how to select and use the types of research charts. 4. Know how to give an effective oral presentation. 5. Discuss the importance of Internet reporting and research follow-up. The Communications Process o Communication- any physical, written, or verbal action that conveys meanings between two individuals: the sender and the receiver. o Barriers to Communication o Noise- unplanned interference with the receiver’s receiving a message sent by the sender o Attention Span- the length of time that someone will concentrate on a given subject at a particular time. o Selective Perception- the ability of the receiver to consciously or subconsciously filter out some information. Purposes of the Research Report o Communicates your team’s findings to your research client organization. o Serves as a reference document where your research client organization can learn more about your team’s research effort. Research Report Formats
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course BUS-M 303 taught by Professor Perrault during the Spring '10 term at Indiana.

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ch16 - Chapter 16- Communicating Research Results Learning...

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