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Chapter 7-Discussion Questions pg. 303
1. Discuss why many IT professionals may overlook project cost management and how this
might affect the ability to complete projects within budget.
IT professionals are
Chapter 7: Grammar and Mechanics
1. Facebook users accounts will be suspended if the members dont abide by the
sites policies. Guide 32, 31
2. Jamess performance review was outstanding again. Guide 32
3. Would you please give me directions to your downtow
Chapter 6: Grammar and Mechanics
1. Successful product names may appear to have been named by magic; however,
the naming process is methodical and deliberate.
2. Choosing the right name and tagline is critical; consequently, companies are
eager to hire sp
Chapter 14 - Grammar and Mechanics
1. If you are planning a short presentation, you should focus on about three main points and
limit yourself to 20 minutes.
2. Because he was president of the company, Mr. Yost made at least six major presentations
Chapter 10 Grammar and Mechanics
1. Susan showed me five different customer messages with the same two complaints. Guide
2. Twenty-eight employees indicated they would change their health benefits. Guide 47
3. Did Mike request $300 to attend the one-da
Chapter 12 Grammar and Mechanics
1. Toyota, the best-selling Japanese carmaker, has enjoyed a strong favorable perception of high
quality; therefore, it long remained unharmed by a string of much-publicized recalls.
2. The auditors report, which my boss a
Chapter 5- Grammar and Mechanics
1. The 3 x 3 writing process includes prewriting, writing, and revising. Guide 21, CmSer
2. Before asking others for information, see what you can find yourself. Guide 22, CmIntr
3. Formal research methods include accessin
Chapter 4-Grammar and Mechanics
1. Business writers strive to use easy-to-understand language and familiar words. Guide 20
2. Luis said he did well in his employment interview. Guide 19
3. Having prepared for months, we won the contract easily. Guide 19
Chapter 9 Grammar and Mechanics
1. Included in her bad-news message was a compliment and valuable advice.
2. His principal reason for declining the invitation was his busy calendar.
3. In her damage-control message, the manager made a conscious effort to