Out of the Book 2

Out of the Book 2 - To: R. Hight From: R. Baker Date:...

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Unformatted text preview: To: R. Hight From: R. Baker Date: 09/21/2010 Subject: WORKING IN TEAMS AND CONDUCTING MEETINGS Modules 18 and 19 address business communication in more collaborative settings, such as in groups and team and during meetings. Module 18 speaks more to the topic of group work, while Module 19 speaks more on the issue of conducting and holding meetings. Three types of messages you can address with a group message are informational, procedural, and interpersonal messages. • Informational messages are about content and data. • Procedural methods are about methods and procedures. • Interpersonal messages focus on people and cooperation. You should follow several stages for developing a group project. The first is orientation , which involves meeting and defining the task at hand by the group members. Next is formation , where all potential problems and concerns are identified and a leader is chosen. Afterwards is coordination , where most of the group work is completed. This is usually the longest stage. The final stage is group work is completed....
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course MGMT 250 taught by Professor Clippinger during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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Out of the Book 2 - To: R. Hight From: R. Baker Date:...

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