Group Project Memorandum of Understanding

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Memorandum of Understanding

This Memorandum of Understanding defines the process, content, quality and consequences for a professional writing group project.

Process
* The medium for communication as chosen by the team members will be primarily telephone and email. The group discussion thread will be constituted as secondary communication. * Team members are expected to communicate at a minimum of three times a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) * Team members will be expected to check their email daily and respond within 24 hours to any emails relating to the group project. * The written drafts are to be sent by email to the group leader no later than 8:00 pm on Friday. * The group leader is expected to provide feedback to his team members latest by Saturday noon. Team members should reply back preferably by email no later than 6:00 pm on Saturday. * The group leader is responsible for the final edit and submission before 11:59pm on Sunday.

Breakdown of tasks/responsibilities
Group project part 1 - Week 4
Member 1 - tasks/responsibilities
* Find an appropriate business entity that will benefit from the solutions offered by Kelly services. * Research on the background of the business so as gather as much information as necessary to present a strong analytical report for the targeted sales letter. Member 2 - tasks/responsibilities

* Research further on the solutions offered by Kelly services. * Tailor a brief informal report on why the targeted business entity will benefit from the solutions offered by Kelly services. * Create a brief memo that indicates how the work was shared by Member 1 and member 2.

Content & Quality
Writing benchmarks.
Team members are expected to follow these guidelines to the best of their ability while writing. 1. Write complete sentences unless otherwise instructed or indicated. 2. Use tenses consistently.

3. Make sure there are no grammatical errors
4. Use...
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