A picture is worth a thousand words.” Why are visuals so important in a presentation? What do they do that words cannot? Are there occasions when visuals can distract? What are they?

 

1. A picture is worth a thousand words.” Why are visuals so important in a presentation? What do they do that words cannot? Are there occasions when visuals can distract? What are they? Give examples of your use of visuals in presentations or other documents that you create. 

2. 
Critique the Professionals Visit the Facebook page of any company for which you are a current or potential customer. Read at least a dozen posts (from the company itself, not from anyone else posting on the company’s timeline). How would you describe the company’s approach to using Facebook as a promotional channel? As a current or potential customer, does the company’s Facebook presence make you more or less inclined to buy its products or services? Are you interested in reading more posts from this company? Why or why not? Summarize your reactions in a brief email message to your instructor or a post on your class blog.

Rubrics

  1. What is the company’s approach to using Facebook as a promotional channel?
  2. As a current or potential customer, does the company’s Facebook presence make you more or less likely to buy its products and services? Why or why not?
  3. After reading a dozen of the company’s posts (not from customers, but the company), are you interested in reading more posts from this company? Why or why not?
3. Do you think networking is important? Why or why not? Has social networking replaced face-to-face networking? How can they work together? Give examples of your style of networking and why you prefer that method.
4. 
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  1. 11-20. Message Strategies: Informational Reports [LO-1], [LO-4] Success in any endeavor doesn’t happen all at once. For example, success in college is built one quarter or semester at a time, and the way to succeed in the long term is to make sure you succeed in the short term. After all, even a single quarter or semester of college involves a significant investment of time, money, and energy.

    Your task: Imagine you work for a company that has agreed to send you to college full-time, paying all your educational expenses. You are given complete freedom in choosing your courses, as long as you graduate by an agreed-upon date. All your employer asks in return is that you develop your business skills and insights as much as possible so that you can make a significant contribution to the company when you return to full-time work after graduation. To make sure that you are using your time—and your company’s money—wisely, the company requires a brief personal activity report at the end of every quarter or semester (whichever your school uses). Write a brief informational report that you can email to your instructor, summarizing how you spent your quarter or semester. Itemize the classes you took, how much time you spent studying and working on class projects, whether you got involved in campus activities and organizations that help you develop leadership or communication skills, and what you learned that you can apply in a business career. (For the purposes of this assignment, your time estimates don’t have to be precise.)

I TOOK PRINCIPAL OF RISK MANAGEMENT, MONEY BANKING AND FINANCIAL MARKETS, OEPRATIONS MANEGMENT AND INDUSTRY ANALYSIS
 
  1. What classes did you take and how much time did you spend studying and working on class projects?
  2. Were there any particular class projects that were meaningful to your business career? Please explain how they were or were not helpful to you.
  3. What have you learned overall that has been helpful to your business career? What would do again or not do at all? ?
 
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