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Team Golfler Current Work

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Team Golfler Current Work

 

Project 3A Step One Description

"Identify a topic and a suitable genre of Technical report.  Briefly, and somewhat generally, what is the question, issue, problem or challenge you want to investigate and resolve? What genre of report (Proposal, Empirical Research Report, Feasibility Study) is most suitable to this topic and why? 

 

Using the appropriate chapter from Anderson, initially describe your Report's Goals in a brief paragraph. "

 

Project 3A Step One Work

Topic: A phone application that allows golf courses provide service transactions through their member's/customer's phones.

A feasibility test is unwarranted because this is an established business. Most of the empirical research has been concluded. We will be focusing on writing in the proposal genre. 

 

 

 

Project 3A Step Two Description

"Use the "Writer's Guide" for "Defining Your Communication's Goals" (pp. 62) to discuss:

  • YOUR PURPOSE
  • CREATING A USEFUL COMMUNICATION
  • CREATING A PERSUASIVE COMMUNICATION
  • READER'S PROFILE**
  • CONTEXT
  • ETHICAL TREATMENT OF STAKEHOLDERS

 

**For the "READER'S PROFILE" section, identify at least 3 probable audiences for your technical report project.  These include your instructor as the audience for the memo and at least one primary and one secondary audience for the technical report.  Make sure that you have identified at least one primary (stakeholders and decision makers) and one secondary (advisors or implementers) audience (Anderson Chapter3).  Additionally, briefly describe who you are in relation to your proposed audiences.  What is your position and why have you been chosen to investigate and resolve this particular problem?"

 

Project 3A Step Two Work:

 

Purpose: to write proposals

Creating a Persuasive communication:

Reader's Profile:

Context:

Ethical Treatment of Stakeholders:

 

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