Date (current date) Purpose (define the purpose, and goals of the communication) Communication Type (formal or informal communication, how is the communication being delivered ie. email, face to face, letter, phone) Objective (define mission, direction, and goals) The following will address additional information according to the type of audience the communications are with.
In addition to the General communication requirements the following communications are recommended for professional communications to occur. Internal communications (define if it is formal or informal, frequency of the communication, plan, time frame suggested, and follow up/status. ) External Communication (Define if it is a formal or informal communication, confirm how or if the communications will have an effect on the business, time frame for completion, plan, response time, follow up. Stakeholder Communication (classified as formal communication, meetings will be held fact to face or via teleconference, frequency will be quarterly the week following the board meeting, a recorder/secretary will be present and take notes, minutes of the meeting will be disseminated to all stakeholders within 48 hours following the meeting, old or unfinished building from the previous quarter will require updating. )
Board Meetings (classified as formal communication, meetings will be held face to face or via teleconference, frequency will be quarterly, a recorder/secretary will be present and take notes, minutes of the meeting will be disseminated to all board members within 48 hours following the meeting, old or unfinished building from the previous quarter will require updating. ) Team Meetings – (meetings to be scheduled that is focused on group communication.
Whether it be to establish a plan, goal, or implementation, it is to focus on group communication rather than individuals. ) Individual Meetings – (meetings conducted per individual person with the focus on either what needs to be done or ongoing issues. It is communication with the focus of informing one person. ) Project Meeting – (meetings conducted for how to engage the plan. This is based on not just how to complete the objective, but how to do it efficiently and minimize errors as much as possible. ) Functions Marketing, Finance and Operations mm
12.1. What are the origins of the object-oriented approach? 12.2. What primary characteristics should an OID possess? 12.3. Discuss the various type constructors. How are they used to create complex object structures? 12.4. Discuss the concept of encapsulation, and tell how it is used to create abstract data types. 12.6. What is the relationship between a type and its subtype in a type hierarchy? What is the constraint that is enforced on extents corresponding to types in the type hierarchy? 12.7. What is the difference between persistent and transient objects? How is persistence handled in typical OO database systems? 12.8. How do regular inheritance, multiple inheritance, and selective inheritance differ? 12.9. Discuss the concept of polymorphism/operator overloading. 12.10. Discuss how each of the following features is realized in SQL 2008: object identifier, type inheritance, encapsulation of operations, and complex object structures. 12.13. What are the differences and similarities between objects and literals in the ODMG object model? 12.23. What are the main differences between designing a relational database and an object database? 13.1. What are the differences between structured, semi structured, and unstructured data? 13.3. What are the differences between the use of tags in XML versus HTML? 13.4. What is the difference between data-centric and document-centric XML documents? 13.5. What is the difference between attributes and elements in XML? List some of the important attributes used to specify elements in XML schema.
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