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Business Communication - Case Studies (BBS/BBA/BIM/MBS)

  CASE STUDIES (BIM/BBA/MBS/BBS - Communication) To conduct a case study on managerial communication, follow these steps: •   Read and Examine the Case Thoroughly : Familiari se yourself with the case and take notes. Highlight relevant facts and underline key problems •   Focus Your Analysis : Identify two to five key problems in the case study. Explore why these problems exist and demonstrate that you have researched them •   Evaluate the Case : Outline the various pieces of the case study that you are focusing on. Discuss what is working and what is not working. State why these parts are or are not working well •   Propose Solutions/Changes : Provide specific and realistic solutions or changes needed to address the identified problems. Explain why these solutions were chosen and support them with solid evidence

Chapter 3: Electronic and Other Messages

NOTICES ·      Notice is a short piece of communication written in a formal style to convey important information to a group of people in an organisation. ·      Most organisations have notice boards posted around the offices, which are used to bring special items to the attention of all staff. It can even be published in a newspaper. ·      The government when it issues notices must publish it in national and local papers. There are different purposes of notice which are: ·        To display information to a specific group of people. ·        To announce social events ·        To report matters of interest to staff ·        To inform staff of new procedures ·        To advertise posts for internal appointment ·        To remind staff of company procedures FORMAT OF NOTICE ·     There is no single rigid format of notice. Different people/organisations use different formats. However, most of organisations tend to use the following format:            i.         Name of the Issuing Organi