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Business Writing Portfolio

Business Writing Portfolio Business Writing Portfolio Part I: Business Writing Steps [pic] Part II: Portfolio 9/6/2010 The Retail Store 123 Any St. Anywhere, TX 76013 Dear The Retail Store Mangement Team The board of directors for The Retail Store has determined that scaling back the hours of our retail operations. Beginning next month, all stores will be closed on Sundays, and will open one hour later and close one hour earlier Monday through Saturday. All...

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Business Writing Portfolio

Business Writing Portfolio Jordan Pappas COM/285 February 27th, 2011 Randi Plante Business Writing Portfolio Part I: Business Writing Steps. Audience: Store Manager Store Employees Customers and the public Message Format: Business Letter- Store Manager Business Memo- Store Employees Email Message- Customers and Public Part II: Portfolio Letter: 1456 Duke St. Alexandria, VA 22314 February 27, 2011 Dear Store Manager, Due to rising gas prices store policy on employee...

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Business Writing Portfolio

Business writing portfolio Marianella Moore Com/285 September 25, 2012 Walt Hill Business writing steps Thesis statement; How do I relay a negative message in a positive way to three different audiences? 1. Perform an audience analysis 2. Determine audience type 3. Choose message formats • A business letter • A business memo • An e-mail message 4. Offer a solution to fix problem 5. Consider positive and negative ...

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business writing portfolio

Part I: business writing steps • Analyze audience • Identify target audience 1. Store managers. 2. Store employees. 3. Retail customers and public. • Identify communication channels. 1. Oral and written • What message is intended to 1. Persuade, inform, or built goodwill. • Organize 1. The structure and format of the message. 2. Clear and concise communication. 3. Proofread message. 4. Deliver the message. • Follow-up and feedback 1. Was...

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Xcom/285 Business Writing Portfolio

Business Writing Portfolio Mea Greenidge September 26, 2010 XCOM/285 Essentials of Managerial Communication Axia College The writing skills and techniques learned in my Essentials of Managerial Communication class can and will benefit me in my future classes as well as in my career in many ways. A few of the skills learned are including, but not limited to the appropriate ways of communicating depending on the audience, e-mail and business letter writing etiquette and also the importance...

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Final Project Business Writing Portfolio

BUSINESS WRITING PORTFOLIO Final Project Business Writing Portfolio Jaclyn Howell February 2, 2013 XCOM 285 University of Phoenix Reflection Communication has changed in many ways but most is done in memos, letters, and e-mails in a business setting. Educating yourself on the correct format when sending an e-mail to a client or your boss is important because once you are in a professional setting you will not have anyone helping you correct every mistake. Letters are usually sent to...

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Business Writing

Improving Business Writing Why is writing important in business? Writing is essential in any form of business. We use writing in all types of communication such as: email, facsimile, letter writing, etc. Writing skills are important to the business professional because it prepares the workplace for well-written business communications. The three topics I will cover can serve as an outline for improving writing skills in businesses. The topics are principles of business writing, how to...

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business portfolio

ABDUL RAHMAN 2013866684 NURARTIKA BINTI MOHAMAD 2013244172 CHE FATHIN NABILA BINTI AZMI 2013851274 LECTURER’S NAME: PM MOHD KAMAL BIN ABDUL RAHMAN QUESTION 1 The Boston Consulting Group Approach classifies all its strategic business units (SBUs) according to the growth-share matrix. On the vertical axis, market growth rate provides a measure of market attractiveness. On the horizontal axis, relative market share serves as a measure of company strength in the market. The growth-share...

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University of Phoenix Business Writing

Business Writing Portfolio Georgina E. Inzunza COM/285 1 July, 2010 Mary Beth Hartleb Business Writing Portfolio Part I: Business Writing Steps: In considering addressing changes within a retail store operations to three sets of stakeholders of a retail clothing chain, specific preparations must be attained. First, one must draft a business letter addressed to the store managers, a business memo addressed to the store employees, and an Electronic Mail or e-mail addressed...

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Portfolio of Business Writing

Business Writing Portfolio Introduction: A portfolio is a collection of evidence that represents achievements and learning within a module, course or a program of a study. This portfolio that am going to write is about Business Writing course that I’m taking in this semester. As all other students who took Business Writing, it's about understanding the audience; in this course I have learned that our goal is to adapt our message to fit the audience's needs, goals and interest. This course...

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