Evaluating Business Communications

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Evaluating Business Communication

Michelle Muske

BCOM/230

June 14, 2010

Dr. Doug Gilbert

Upon reviewing the team “A” assignment on “Evaluating Business Communication” the

intended message could have been conveyed better. All of the communiqué had good intentions on

targeting the specific groups they were asked or volunteered to do. The communication in from Beth to

peer was finished nicely and was at the appropriate level. The other three could have used some

improvements to reach the appropriate level for the intended audience. The different leadership styles

did not seem to be followed according to the scenario presented. For instance, the one that I wrote

could have been improved by stating something with regard to policy or a procedure. The other three

followed closer to the leadership style of each person. I would recommend a title page before

submitting the paper. It would have been wise to use two or three different styles of communiqué, I

could have presented mine as an e-mail instead of a memo. Then one of the communiqué required was

not included in the assignment. I should have been clearer in mine and had a conclusion. Each

communiqué were ethical. When reviewing them I did not see that anyone may have crossed the

boundaries of being unethical. All of the communiqué were honest and advising of the financial

situation of the company. It would be in which too much information was given. There may

have been a few with not enough information to advise clearly the intended group, sales numbers or a

graph could have been included. The team leader for this project did a good job organizing the

assignment. I believe all of the team tried their best on completing this assignment. I should have

changed my style of communication and been careful regarding how I put it together. The ethical

implications did affect my evaluation of the team...
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