BCOM/230 Abstract This exercise explains what we would write differently to our top administrators. It also indicates the way the memo should change based on its audiences. What types of information should be included in this memo what types of information should be omitted. This exercise will point out the potential repercussions of failing to know the audiences. Review Memo to the Executive Vice-President This message should be short but complete coverage of the subject matter.
Write a summary of James Balog’s argument which you could use in an academic assignment. In his Ted Talk on the Extreme Ice Survey, Balog (2009) argued that the perception of global warming as a theory appeared to be misunderstood from the side of influences voices across the world. James Balog well-known, professional geographical photographer does strongly believe that modern art technologies may empower our understanding and shape our thinking for the safety of the nature. Beyond, Balog (2009) deem that the proposition drowned on art and science could of, once combined, bring a better knowledge and comprehension- from human parts; as the project `Extreme Ice Survey’ (2009). Throughout, this essay will discuss, with uses of examples, how Balog (2009) disputed his arguments in order to cogent TED audience and outward viewers on the issue of ‘climate changes’?
Danticat and Krikorian questions Page 491 d) 1. Krikorian basically says that America needs a fuller understanding of the link between immigration and security. By learning more about the link we can fix and reduce the chances of terrorist attacks. He states the thesis at the beginning of the second paragraph. 4.
If we don’t follow the laws, regulations, and conventions then we take responsibility for the action and accept the consequences. The fifth CRT principle speaks of support responsibility to globalization. The business should support improvement of domestic rules and regulations where they unfairly get in the way of global trade (Caux Round Table, 2003). This could be compared to White’s second guideline regarding honesty. Even though we will often be unsuccessful, our objective must be total honesty (White, 1978).
Lastly it states that how can we improve coordination and communication among all levels of government and the public in the fight against terrorism. A central argument that is clearly stated is that how are we bettering the systems that we have in place to help us better defend ourselves from terrorist attacks. I convinced that the study was worth doing because the author explains the difference in what we was doing in the past and how we took those security measures and develop a better system for the present but using those past experiences in a matter that we are able to develop a better system also. Using the past and present terrorist attacks can enable us to have better systems for our future and perhaps ensuring our people have a safer place to live for them and our children. From what the author has stated is that, Homeland Security is improving the National Warning Systems in order to improve coordination and communication and also improving on the Homeland Security Advisory System (HSAS and the National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) but I believe that the National Terrorism Advisory System has a great
2008). The crucial point of deontology is that the right action is taken and the goal of the moral behavior is performed. Since humans have contributed so much to the global warming problem it is only right to help decrease the problem. When considering global warming and human responsibility from a deontological view it would only be right to apply the deontological categorical imperative which would see the issue of human’s responsibility in helping to decrease global warming as a requirement or demand that has no
Process standardization with forms for each step will increase staff vigor and ease readability by senior leaders. The policy and work plan should contain target dates to maintain compliance with regulatory and accreditation standards. The policy should include the administrative or committee structure to which the RCA will be reported when complete. It’s also important to understand if the process for monitoring and reporting effectiveness and implementation data occurs at the departmental process improvement plan level or an organizational committee level. A lack of implementation monitoring with in-process and outcome measures will prevent sustainability of the recommended changes and increase the likelihood of the event recurring.
You want your audience to have a clear idea of where you stand on your topic by providing facts, charts of statistics that are colorful and interesting and relevant to your topic. Using good tone and respect for your audience will make them more open to your ideas and point of view. Incorporating good organizational flow helps your audience make connections from one point to the next, giving coherence to your argument. If information is presented in an unorganized way, using words that are inappropriate to your audience, they may lose interest or immediately criticize your argument. Finally, stating the benefits that would result if my solution was implemented or the negative consequences that may result from doing nothing.
This situation epitomizes the importance of understanding environmental uncertainty. A company may not be able to plan specifically for a volcano eruption that interrupts air traffic; however, a company’s plans should remain flexible in the event of sudden, unexpected obstacles. Students should be able to explain how a firm develops specific plans, but builds in a degree of flexibility to those plans. 2. Would goals be useful in this type of situation?