Midterm_Memo_Week_4_TeamB[1] - and Jason Burks We decided...

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Memorandum To: Bebe Lloyd From: Julia Hayes and Jason Burks and Rita Borland Date: 07:03:47 Re: Team B Midterm Project Analytical Report Enclosed is the informal report about the culture in China for the Sales Team with Kelly Services, which you requested on July 30, 2010. You will find a great deal information pertaining to the Chinese culture and their etiquette practices. China has a rich culture infused with rituals that it will be necessary for company to learn from a business aspect. Team B originally consisted of 5 members, Jason Burks, Julia Hayes, Marshall Nelson, Rita Borland and Nicholas Dillon. As we started developing the roles of our team members in week 4, we came to the realization that the only team members that were going to participate were Julia Hayes (myself)
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Unformatted text preview: and Jason Burks. We decided instead of assigning roles, that we would equally contribute to the project and turn it in together. We have worked very hard this week pulling the weight of our absent team mates. Despite some original disagreements between me and Jason Burks, we pulled it together and worked very well as one unit. We set deadlines that were advanced of the original timeline, in order to make sure that there would be plenty of time to finish the project. We have successfully completed the team assignment for week 4 ahead of schedule and we feel confident in the work that we had done. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to work together this week. Julia Hayes and Jason Burks English 227, Team B 1 CONFIDENTIAL...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2011 for the course ENG 227 taught by Professor Sherrybuell during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Chicago.

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