What is the point of sending “for-your-information messages, if they are not related to business information?

Alyssa shies away from using
the direct organizational approach in her requests, as she feels it is rude and
inconsiderate to blurt her request out at the start of a message. Do you agree?

92) Evaluate this request and
suggest how, if it all, it could be improved.

93) You received a battery
charger that doesn’t work with your generation iPhone. Discuss how you should
write to request an exchange.

Before you can roll out the new
database system you have designed, you need employees in departments across the
company to volunteer to test it. You are publishing an email that will be sent to
all employees to persuade them to help with this testing.

94) Discuss what you should
include in this message.

95) Discuss what kinds of
informational messages are NOT considered routine and why.

96) Delphine is newly graduated
from college and begins working at a company where instant messaging (IM) is a
major form of communication. She is very familiar with instant messaging as a
means of social communication, so she feels that she will be proficient in this
aspect of the job without any training or guidelines. Delphine is also pleased
that she will be able to joke and exchange personal messages with her new
coworkers, while appearing to be hard at work. She signs on with her current
username, DidiOfftheHook, and sends an IM to the funny guy she met at
orientation yesterday. What advice would you offer Delphine regarding IM use in
a business context?

97) Discuss the ethics of the
blind carbon copy (bcc) feature in email.

98) Why is goodwill important in
business?

99) Why might a thank-you note
that is perfectly appropriate in America be inappropriate in an Asian culture?

100) What is the point of sending
“for-your-information” messages, if they are not related to business
information?

91) Alyssa shies away from using
the direct organizational approach in her requests, as she feels it is rude and
inconsiderate to blurt her request out at the start of a message. Do you agree?
92) Evaluate this request and
suggest how, if it all, it could be improved. 93) You received a battery
charger that doesn’t work with your generation iPhone. Discuss how you should
write to request an exchange. Before you can roll out the new
database system you have designed, you need employees in departments across the
company to volunteer to test it. You are publishing an email that will be sent to
all employees to persuade them to help with this testing. 94) Discuss what you should
include in this message. 95) Discuss what kinds of
informational messages are NOT considered routine and why. 96) Delphine is newly graduated
from college and begins working at a company where instant messaging (IM) is a
major form of communication. She is very familiar with instant messaging as a
means of social communication, so she feels that she will be proficient in this
aspect of the job without any training or guidelines. Delphine is also pleased
that she will be able to joke and exchange personal messages with her new
coworkers, while appearing to be hard at work. She signs on with her current
username, DidiOfftheHook, and sends an IM to the funny guy she met at
orientation yesterday. What advice would you offer Delphine regarding IM use in
a business context? 97) Discuss the ethics of the
blind carbon copy (bcc) feature in email. 98) Why is goodwill important in
business? 99) Why might a thank-you note
that is perfectly appropriate in America be inappropriate in an Asian culture? 100) What is the point of sending
“for-your-information” messages, if they are not related to business
information?

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