Interactive Activity Week 7 Section 1: MGT 322أعلى النموذج 7.1 Learning Outco

    Interactive Activity Week 7
    Section 1:
    MGT 322أعلى النموذج
    7.1 Learning Outcomes:
    Explain time-based competition.
    Differentiate P:D ratios and differences.
    Analyze how organizations compete through managing lead time.

    7.2 Action Required:

    Watch the short video at the following link

    7.3 Test your Knowledge (Question):

    What do you understand by bullwhip effect?

    7.4 Instructions
    Answer the question in the test your knowledge section.
    Post your answer on the discussion board using the discussion link below
    Answer:
    Section 2:
    MGT 402
    أعلى النموذج
    7.1 Learning Outcomes:
    Describe the components of a bootstrap marketing plan and explain the benefits of preparing one.
    Explain how small businesses can pinpoint their target markets.
    Explain how to determine customer needs through market research.
    Outline the steps in the market research process.
    Describe the bootstrap marketing strategies on which a small business can build a competitive edge in the marketplace.
    Discuss the “four Ps” of marketing—product, place, price, and promotion—and their role in building a successful marketing strategy.
    7.2 Action Required:
    Watch the short video at the following link:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fluSAYgnLasbe
    7.3 Test your Knowledge (Question):

    How is market research value to the small business owner?
    7.4 Instructions

    Answer the question available in the “Test your Knowledge” section.
    Post your answer in the discussion board using the discussion link below
    Answer:

    Section 3:
    MGT 421
    أعلى النموذج 7.1 Learning Outcomes:
    Describe how delivering routine messages impacts credibility.
    Describe the process for developing routine business messages.
    Construct task-oriented routine messages, including requests, expectations, directions, and responses to inquiries, announcements, and claims.
    Construct relationship-oriented routine messages, including appreciation, congratulations, apologies, and expressions of sympathy.
    Describe the relationship between credibility and persuasion.
    Explain the AIM planning process for persuasive messages and the basic components of most persuasive messages.
    Explain how the tone and style of persuasive messages impact their influence.
    Create compelling internal persuasive messages.
    Explain how to influence professionals with various decision-making styles.
    Compose influential external persuasive messages.
    Construct effective mass sales messages.
    Evaluate persuasive messages for effectiveness and fairness
    7.2 Action Required:
    Chapters 9 & 10 in BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: Developing Leaders for a Networked World, Peter Cardon, 4th Edition McGraw-Hill Education
    Watch the short videos at the following link:
    7 Workplace Etiquette Tips to Build Stronger Relationships – YouTube
    7.3 Test your Knowledge (Question):
    In chapter 9, you learn about the different types of routine business messages (task-oriented and relationship-oriented). Pick one and write a sample routine message following the element of the selected type.
    7.4 Instructions
    Answer the question in the test your knowledge section.
    Post your answer in the discussion board using the discussion link below (Week 7:Interactive learning Discussion)
    Answer:

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