Evaluating Business Communication
September twenty three, 2012
Mentor Fran Carter
During week four, our Learning Crew was designated with publishing several organization communication studies to several different levels of management within the corporation. There was a communication in the Accountant Administrator to the CEO, Staff Documentalist to peer, Staff Accountant to Sales Administrator and Scrivener Manager to the Ad Hoc Committee. In the connection from the Documentalist Manager to the CEO, the message was conveyed appropriately, the conversation was submitted a formal statement, which was suitable for the audience, the communication was appropriate level, the command style damaged the conversation, and the connection was ethically sound and would not share additional information than necessary. All marketing and sales communications in the report sent relayed the planned messages perfectly. However , the communication from your Accountant Manager to the CEO is a great sort of a formal interaction. At first, the communication would definitely be dispatched as a memo, but after careful consideration, an official report was developed instead. This is the best kind of communication sent to the CEO due to being the appropriate level for his position inside the company. The report was written employing very very good word selections for the audience. There was not a lot of accounting jargon utilized or the use of overly big words. The report was well worded for anyone at any reading level to have go through. However , well written the statement could have got some visible numbers to assist prove the points stated. When the factors were brought up about The JJJ Industry’s profits not being sufficient enough to satisfy the debt the company recently acquired could have been easier to figure out with some pictures. Visuals typically help people understand how great the difference is. As you say that the debt outweighs the profits by how much? Each person would have a different meaning of this and the numbers may have made...