Business Writing
Phase 2
Review Phase 1
of the 3 X 3 Writing Process
3 key words:
Analyze
Anticipate
Adapt
Guffey, Rhodes, Rogin Business Communication: Process and
Product, Fourth Canadian Edition
Ch. 6, Slide 2
Business Writing
Phase 2
Collecting data
O
OPERATING NEW HOTEL VENTURES
IN DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Prepared for
Janet Stark
School of Business
Camosun College
Victoria, British Columbia
Prepared by
Hanna Thomas-Hofmann, Partner
Krista Pearson, Partner
Kyla Vandament, Partner
Linzixi Wang, Part
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
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Thursday, 26 May, 2016 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
PAPER 323
QUANTUM INFORMATION THEORY
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PAPER 318
MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS
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PAPER 315
EXTRASOLAR PLANETS: ATMOSPHERES AND INTERIORS
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PAPER 314
ASTROPHYSICAL FLUID DYNAMICS
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PAPER 332
FLUID DYNAMICS OF THE SOLID EARTH
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PAPER 316
PLANETARY SYSTEM DYNAMICS
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PAPER 334
ACTIVE BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS
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PAPER 313
APPLICATIONS OF DIFFERENTIAL
GEOMETRY TO PHYSICS
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PAPER 322
BINARY STARS
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Math 1A: introduction to functions and calculus Oliver Knill, Spring 2012
5/8/2012: Practice final C
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Tuesday, 31 May, 2016 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
PAPER 317
STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION OF STARS
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Wednesday, 1 June, 2016 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
PAPER 320
GALACTIC ASTRONOMY AND DYNAMICS
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4/5/2012: Second midterm practice C
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PAPER 321
DYNAMICS OF ASTROPHYSICAL DISCS
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Working in Small Groups
and Teams
Chapter 2
Why a Group Project?
Why form groups
and teams?
Better decisions
Faster response
Increased productivity
Greater buy-in
Less resistance to change
Improved employee morale
Reduced risks
Guffey, Rhodes, Rogin Busin
Welcome to Bus 130
Business Communications
Instructor: Janet Stark
Office: CBA 231F
Office Hours: Tues 10:30 11:20, Wed 2 to 2:45
or by appointment
Email: stark@camosun.bc.ca
Phone: 370 - 4145
Web: D2L http:/online.camosun.ca/
Ch. 1, Slide 1
The Communica
According to most studies, people's number one fear is
public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two.
Does that sound right? This means to the average person, if
you go to a funeral, you're better off in the casket than doing
the eulogy. (Jerr
Formal Report Components
Guffey, Rhodes, Rogin Business Communication: Process and
Product, Fourth Canadian Edition
Ch. 14, Slide
1
Levels of Report Headings
REPORT, CHAPTER, AND PART TITLES
The title of a report, chapter heading, or major part should be
Typical
Business Reports
(Chapters 12 & 13)
What Are Business Reports and
why are they written?
Business reports are systematic
attempts to answer questions and solve
problems. They include the following
activities.
Planning
Research
Organization
Guffey,
The Art of Writing
Bad News
To be agreeable
while disagreeing
thats an art
(MalcolmForbesinGuffey,2005,P.352)
Under what circumstances
would an organization need to
write a negative news letter?
Things go wrong; companies
make mistakes.
How would you dea
Business Writing
Phase 3
The 3 X 3 Writing Process
1. Prewriting
Analyze
Anticipate
Adapt
2. Writing
Research
Organize
Compose
3. Revising
Revise
Proofread
Evaluate
Guffey, Rhodes, Rogin Business Communication: Process and
Product, Fourth Canadian Edition
Workplace Diversity
Discussion Questions
Start by briefly summarizing the key points of your
article for your group
What themes emerge from your discussion?
How is this information relevant to your current
situation at school or work?
Guffey, Rhodes, Rogi
Does this look familiar?
Ch. 3, Slide 1
The Art of Listening
People were given two ears
and only one mouth
We should therefore listen twice as
much as we speak
Ch. 3, Slide 2
Developing good listening
skills
Experts say that we listen at only 25%
efficien
Math 1A: introduction to functions and calculus Oliver Knill, Spring 2012
4/5/2012: Second midterm practice A
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20
2
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10
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Math 1A: introduction to functions and calculus Oliver Knill, Spring 2012
5/8/2012: Practice final A
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PAPER 328
BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS FOR LINEAR PDES
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PAPER 326
INVERSE PROBLEMS
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PAPER 329
SLOW VISCOUS FLOW
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