This essay focuses on errors of the memorandum. analyze and respond to the written memo listed below,
Myles Jordan must communicate effectively to his staff. A part of his job duties as Vice President of Marketing requires him to write memos to his team. These memoranda are, in turn, reviewed by company CEO, Brad Goodeye.
Part 1 – After you have read the assigned pages on memoranda and emails from Chapter 14, analyze and respond to the written memo listed below, citing 3 prominent errors of the memorandum. Make sure that you particularly analyze its weaknesses according to what you have learned about memos from the text and are not merely responding to superficial issues or making superficial posts. Include whether you believe this
document and explain why (again, your responses should be based on what you have learned from the readings–current and past).
Part 2 – Should Mr. Jordan be removed from his duties as VP of Marketing? Support your position with concrete reasoning that clearly highlights your understanding of the chapter (not simply “yes” or “no”)
Date: February 7, 2021
To: Lucia Smith, Manager, Marketing
From: Mr. Myles Jordan, Vice President, Marketing
Subject: Need Help
know that the Marketing Division has the responsibility of planning the fall training conference to be held in Miami. Here are the speakers I have liked up for the training sessions. I’m thinking that on Tuesday, October 11, we sill have Marley A. Moody. Her scheduled topic is “Using E-Mail and IM Effectively.” Jackson J. Huggins said he could speak to our group on October 12 (Wednesday). “Leading Groups and Teams” is the topic for Huggins. The last speaker is Sebastian Estrada, scheduled for Thursday, October 13. Here are their email addresses–Estrada: Sebastian@toptalent.com. Huggins: email@example.com. Moody: Marley.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lucia, you can help us make this one of the best trainin sessions ever if you will do your job right. I need you to send each of these people an e-mail and confirm the dates and topics. Due to the fact that we must print the schedules soon, I will need this done asap!
Our company’s president has commissioned everyone to work hard. I expect you to do the same. Don’t hesitate to;
Thirdly, be cautious
further, be fast
Further, be keen
Lastly, hurry up