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BUS 303 Module 1 Discussion Latest-Trident

BUS 303 Module 1 Discussion Latest-Trident

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BUS 303 Module 1 Discussion Latest-Trident

In this module, we study email as a source of workplace friction. Think of an example from your own work (not personal) experience, in which some form of message created a conflict. Think of a single example, not several.

What do you believe created the conflict: choice of words, tone, format, or something else? If there were two or more factors, discuss their relative importance. How could the conflict have been avoided?

Support your analysis using the sources mentioned in the Case, SLP, or Background Info. Identify each source with an in-text citation. There’s no need to place the full reference at the bottom of your posting if the reference appears in the module; otherwise, it’s required.

Your analysis should be complete, concise, positive, and logical. You should use proper English; avoid slang, jargon, and Webspeak (e.g., typing “4” instead of “for”).

Please comment on your classmates’ postings using the criteria above. Your comments should be concise, relevant, positive, and constructive; further, they should advance the discussion. As in a face-to-face class discussion, you should “think before you speak.”

Discussion 1 Expectations

Respond to the request in an informed, rigorous, and professional manner. Your response should demonstrate an application of the concepts as well as a reflection of your personal experience.

Discussion General Expectations

In each discussion forum, students are expected to respond to the topic by providing an informed, rigorous, and professional post. These should be around 100-150 words. In addition, students are required to respond at least 3 times to their classmates’ posts in a similarly informed, rigorous, and professional manner.