Thread: Need to interview a CIS/CS

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    Need to interview a CIS/CS

    I have an assignment. I'm supposed to gather information for a report from the questions you answer for this assignment in my Written Communication(Business) on-line course that I'm taking at my Technical College(SWTC, WI).

    I'm sure you've had a few of these pop up before. Anyhow..

    The person who answers my questions must be a professional in the field of CIS - Microcomputer Specialist or a close sister of that field. I need to know about the different kinds of written communication that you perform on a daily, weekly, monthly and/or yearly basis.

    Specifically, what are the following forms of communication like for you? -
    • Memorandums and e-mail messages
    • Routine letters
    • Negative messages
    • Persuasive letters and memos
    • Goodwill and special messages
    • Informal reports
    Thank you for your effort and time, it is appreciated.
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    What if I lie to you, tell you I'm professional, then make crap up? Will that work?
    If you ever need a hug, just ask.

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    Registered User CompiledMonkey's Avatar
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    I'd be happy to help, .

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    A moderator has already assisted me, but I suppose a couple of replies wouldn't hurt anything. The more real-life informaiton, the better.

    Basically, what are the forms of communication I listed like for you? What is the tone like in each message? What are the ones you receive like? What are the ones you send like?

    Goodwill - "you can do it" - "i'm very pleased with whatever it is you did - good job"
    Negative - "get to work slacker" - "cleanup your act buster" - "I am very disatisfied with your performance"
    Persuasive - "talk to me shuga'" (ok, I'm kidding ) - "I would be very pleased if you would do 'yadda yadda' for me"

    It's not that difficult really. My email button sends to a valid email address. YES, no spam thank you.
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    if your really desperate you could probably search web pages of companies and universities. find emails of ppl and send them the questionairre. If the questions arent too long im sure youll get a few replies

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