Organizing, Researching and Ilustration ( Exam Instructions)

Organizing, Researching and Ilustration ( Exam...

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Based in the BACKGROUND located bellow the assignments : ASSIGNMENT 1 In a Word document, type the heading “Step 1.” Below it type a list of your methods and summarize what you want to accomplish with each. For example, if your method is to interview each department as a group, what kind of information related to the problems should you be able to uncover through that method? Step 2: Gathering Information Suppose you decide to create two questionnaires, one for all the employees at Roanoke and one for all the clients Roanoke has serviced in the last 12 months. Your purpose is to determine when the problems began, how they’re defined by those involved, what caused them, and how the employees think they could be solved. Write several possible questions and jot down any facts you hope to establish with each question. ASSIGNMENT 2 : Employee and Client Surveys Continue with the Word document begun for Step 1. Type the heading “Step 2A: Surveys.” Below it type “Employees” and list in correct sentence form the top three employee questions from your brainstorming. Under each question, write one or two sentences describing the information you hope to establish through the use of that question. Type “Clients” and list the top three client questions from your brainstorming. Under each one, write one or two sentences describing the information you hope to establish through the use of that question. ASSIGNMENT 3 : Letter to CEO of Roanoke Branch Continue from Step 2A in the same Word document, but begin a new page. Write a full-block style, neutral letter to the CEO of the Roanoke branch in which you explain the reason you’re coming and the preparations he or she must complete before your visit. Use the ABC approach to developing each paragraph. Use correct sentence structure and word choice appropriate for the intended purpose and audience Based on your prewriting, detail what reports and client accounts you’ll review during that visit, the meetings and
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interviews you want to conduct, any branch policies on which you need further information, employee performance reviews, procedural manuals, and so on. Be sure to end in a positive tone showing appreciation for the CEO’s assistance. Include a representation of your signature above your typed name (such as typing it in italics or script font). Step 2: Organizing Now imagine that you’ve visited Roanoke, met with the people, conducted the interviews, and reviewed the surveys and other information. You’ve returned to Charlotte and are sorting the information gathered from your investigation according to the primary problem. Review all your prewriting and freewrite on any problem not
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course THERMO n/a taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '09 term at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

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