FO lecgture 1 Wednesday NB-1

FO lecgture 1 Wednesday NB-1 - Carter A. Daniel Tel...

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Carter A. Daniel Tel 973-353-5366 E-mail: cdaniel@rci.rutgers.edu Text: Reader-Friendly Reports , 12 th edition, 2009 This book is available three ways: (1) at the Livingston Campus Bookstore, for those who want to pay full price ($28) (2) at New Jersey Books, New Brunswick, for those who want it cheaper ($27) (3) on reserve at Kilmer Library Procedure: You will submit your assignments, by e-mail, to the graders for this course, Prof. Michael Pennella and Prof. Donna Mugavero -- ( profpenn4@vianj.com ). These assignments must be in precisely the following format. The following material must be in the upper left corner of both (1) the e-mail message page, and (2) the first page of the report: Student’s last name, first name Smidkin, Molly Professor’s last name Daniel Number and two-word name of #1, partial summary the assignment Date [MM/DD/YY] 9/26/10 Student’s e-mail address msmidk@eden.rutgers.edu The assignment itself must be submitted as a Word attachment to the e-mail.
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PLEASE NOTE: ALL WORK FOR THIS COURSE IS TO BE THOUGHT OF AS PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS PRESENTATIONS, NOT AS HOMEWORK FOR SCHOOL. THE APPEARANCE, TONE, CONTENT, AND CIRCUMSTANCES ARE TO BE THOSE APPROPRIATE FOR A BUSINESS SITUATION. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION: Do I have to use my Rutgers e-mail address? ANSWER: No, but (1) same address every time, (2) name must be discernible from e- mail address, and (3) address must be acceptable in a business setting. Instant accessibility and Absolute un-mis-understandability
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FIVE PITFALLS 1. Failure to be NEAT 2. Failure to be GRAMMATICAL 3. Failure to consider the AUDIENCE 4. Failure to ORGANIZE 5. Failure to MAKE THE ORGANIZATIONAL PLAN CLEAR In all the history of Management Science, few changes have occurred that can compare with the revolution between 1925 and 1930, when people stopped thinking of business operations as a mathematical and mechanical matter and began realizing that the human element is what really matters. In all the history of Management Science, few changes have occurred that can compare with the revolution between 1925 and 1930, when people stopped thinking of business operations as a mathematical and mechanical matter and began realizing that the human element is what really matters.
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Nothing of this sort has happened in any country except the U. S. Automobile manufacturers in Germany, for example, have established clear procedures for obtaining feedback from owners.
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