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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $220 - Posted
This is a copy of the assessment task: You are to write a 2000 word report (formal business report structure). You should analyse the communication hierarchy and structure of an organisation (or another situation if you have not worked in an organisation – institution, club, charity, association, school or University in which communication is systemic). The report will address several of the key themes covered by the unit - leadership and management communication styles, interpersonal skills, team and group dynamics, the emotional climate of the organisation, verbal and non-verbal cues, oral and written communication processes, work culture, intercultural communication – to name a few. It is not necessary to evaluate your organisation against every theme covered in the unit– just those that are pertinent to the organisation and to your analysis of it. However, there will be an expectation that your assignment will clearly display an understanding of the modelling, theory and basic skills detailed throughout the Unit. You should include visual design elements in your assignment. These may include maps, surveys and diagrams/graphs. These must be cut and pasted into one word document so that it can be submitted into Turnitin. You should explain the significance of these elements within the report. You should evaluate the effectiveness of the organisations communications hierarchy and/or structure and you report should present your argument based on this evaluative process. You should take a position on how successful the organisation’s communication structure (or elements of it) are. Finally, you should make recommendations on how communication processes could be improved based on the ideas presented in this Unit. Throughout your document, you should support your observations and analysis by referring to scholarly materials. A minimum of 10 scholarly (peer reviewed) sources is expected in a first-year assignment of this length. Evidence of a deeper approach to your research will attract a higher mark. You will present your response to this task in a formal Business Report. Your report will be primarily evaluated by your Tutor on four levels: • Your choice of organisation (the organisation must be named within the report), • The appropriateness and comprehensiveness of your independent scholarly research and your ability to use this research to support your analysis, findings and discussion. A minimum of 10 scholarly/peer reviewed references are required for this assignment. • Your choice and application of appropriate communication models, theory, techniques and skills (including surveys/interviews) and your ability to use these elements as tools to investigate your organisation and to support your analysis, findings and discussion, • The depth and accuracy of your analysis of the organisation and its structures, hierarchy, values and attitudes, • Your ability to communicate an overview of your organisation’s structure, hierarchy, attitudes and values. To explain how you applied theory, models, skills and techniques to evaluate the effectiveness of communications within this organisation. To form a position on how effective communication structures and hierarchies are within the organisation, and to develop a series of recommendations to improve communication within the organisation. Checklist: • Make sure you have followed the “Business Report Guidelines” document (available under the “Assessment” tab on the unit site). This details the structure and key elements to include in your report. • Check that your word count is close to 2000 words. The word count does not include: the Assignment Cover Sheet, title page, table of contents, or the reference list. • Use at least 10 scholarly sources in the report. • Make sure you have used Harvard referencing throughout the Business Report. Whenever you draw on or refer to external information you need to provide an in-text reference. • Include a reference list. • Include a word count at the end of the Business Report.
Skills: Academic Writing Business Writing Content Writing
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
This is a copy of the assessment task: You are to write a 2000 word report (formal business report structure). You should analyse the communication hierarchy and structure of an organisation (or another situation if you have not worked in an organisation – institution, club, charity, association, school or University in which communication is systemic). The report will address several of the key themes covered by the unit - leadership and management communication styles, interpersonal skills, team and group dynamics, the emotional climate of the organisation, verbal and non-verbal cues, oral and written communication processes, work culture, intercultural communication – to name a few. It is not necessary to evaluate your organisation against every theme covered in the unit– just those that are pertinent to the organisation and to your analysis of it. However, there will be an expectation that your assignment will clearly display an understanding of the modelling, theory and basic skills detailed throughout the Unit. You should include visual design elements in your assignment. These may include maps, surveys and diagrams/graphs. These must be cut and pasted into one word document so that it can be submitted into Turnitin. You should explain the significance of these elements within the report. You should evaluate the effectiveness of the organisations communications hierarchy and/or structure and you report should present your argument based on this evaluative process. You should take a position on how successful the organisation’s communication structure (or elements of it) are. Finally, you should make recommendations on how communication processes could be improved based on the ideas presented in this Unit. Throughout your document, you should support your observations and analysis by referring to scholarly materials. A minimum of 10 scholarly (peer reviewed) sources is expected in a first-year assignment of this length. Evidence of a deeper approach to your research will attract a higher mark. You will present your response to this task in a formal Business Report. Your report will be primarily evaluated by your Tutor on four levels: • Your choice of organisation (the organisation must be named within the report), • The appropriateness and comprehensiveness of your independent scholarly research and your ability to use this research to support your analysis, findings and discussion. A minimum of 10 scholarly/peer reviewed references are required for this assignment. • Your choice and application of appropriate communication models, theory, techniques and skills (including surveys/interviews) and your ability to use these elements as tools to investigate your organisation and to support your analysis, findings and discussion, • The depth and accuracy of your analysis of the organisation and its structures, hierarchy, values and attitudes, • Your ability to communicate an overview of your organisation’s structure, hierarchy, attitudes and values. To explain how you applied theory, models, skills and techniques to evaluate the effectiveness of communications within this organisation. To form a position on how effective communication structures and hierarchies are within the organisation, and to develop a series of recommendations to improve communication within the organisation. Checklist: • Make sure you have followed the “Business Report Guidelines” document (available under the “Assessment” tab on the unit site). This details the structure and key elements to include in your report. • Check that your word count is close to 2000 words. The word count does not include: the Assignment Cover Sheet, title page, table of contents, or the reference list. • Use at least 10 scholarly sources in the report. • Make sure you have used Harvard referencing throughout the Business Report. Whenever you draw on or refer to external information you need to provide an in-text reference. • Include a reference list. • Include a word count at the end of the Business Report.
Skills: Academic Writing Business Writing
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
Subject topics vary such as: Business, Nursing/Medical, Finance/Accounting, Social Sciences, Law, Engineering, Arts, Political Science, etc. We need someone who can commit to us. Position is long term for the right candidate/s. **What we require: Writers who can start immediately. We dont have the luxury of time to train subpar/average writers. 1. Knowledgeable and versatile writers who are well versed with academic writing. 2 Honest writers -- Work must pass Plagiarism checker. Does not use any software to spin, paraphrase. (WE WILL KNOW) 3. Complies with instructions. Has a keen eye for details. 4. Responsive. (skype, email, basecamp) 5. Do not have other jobs. 6. Must be familiar with different referencing styles (APA, Harvard,Chicago) 7. Has good work ethics and responsible towards work. 9. Pay is $150 per 10,000 words (lump sum) Thanks. Looking forward to hear from you.
Skills: Academic Writing Essay Writing Research Research Papers
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Looking for a technical/academic writer with a lot of experience. I will share the details after reviewing applications. You need to be able to do a lot of work on request. DO NOT APPLY IF YOU CANT HELP WITH ACADEMIC WRITING! The writer must be - 1) Aware about plagiarism guidelines, must have plagiarism checking software access. 2) Detailed oriented. Must be able to follow the instructions 3) Must have proofreading knowledge and should be able to deliver spelling and grammatical errors free drafts. 4) Must have knowledge of different kinds of referencing style (for e.g. HARVARD, APA, MLA etc.) 5) Willing to do revisions if the work is not as required. If you are okay with above terms, please apply and drop a message covering your price per page or per 1000 words in dollar, capacity to write per day/week/month and subjects/topics you can write. Please send couple of samples as well. If we both are okay with each other's terms, it will be a lasting working relationship. Thank you!
Skills: Academic Writing Creative writing Essay Writing Internet research
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
You MUST be able to write in FLUENT English. You must have good grammar and spelling as well. I fully intend to proof read and edit the book, but it must be written well to begin with. You must be able to effectively research the niche or topic that I give you and write me with a unique, 100% original quality book that will help people. Please provide a few sample chapters of your writing with your proposal. I'm looking for quality - and the right "voice" for the book. This project is on a particular niche in the dog training genre. If you have experience with dog training - particularly working dogs or protection dogs this would be a great job for you. Regardless of your experience I expect some research to be done in order to effectively write the book. This book will be ~50,000 words. My goal is to create a ~250 page book after photos and illustrations are added. (I will be handling that part - you are only doing the writing). You can write the book in any program you like. I want the final submission in MS Word format. During the project, I will host a Google Doc file that you will upload your current version to 3x/week. This will allow me to review the progress and add comments and suggestions during the process. This will help insure that we are both on the same page throughout the project and allow for minor course corrections if needed, rather than major changes needed to the direction of the book halfway through the project. I will provide an outline for the book once I have narrowed down the bid to a few final candidates. For the future: I am looking to build a long-term business relationship with a quality writer that can write e-books and full length books for me on a variety of non-fiction niches and topics. My typical projects are 3500-5000 QUALITY words and will need to be completed within 7 days. Please apply here with your proposal.
Skills: Academic Writing Content Writing Ghostwriting Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
i am looking for someone to do the proofreading for my 14000 word dissertation. it is about the social upgrading of workers in supplier companies in developing countries. i need you to do: 1. correct all my grammar mistakes and make it more smooth and undertandable 2. properly change some easy words into professional words 3. use signpost words and make it more logical 4. tracked edited edition needed 5. a quick work - finish within 20 hrs (some parts of this dissertation has been proofread before) 6. it will be better if you leave some comments!
Skills: Academic Writing English Grammar English Proofreading Proofreading
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
hi there, We are an academic agency who has around 50 - 60 new projects each month. We would like to hire 5 writers who are familiar with the topic below: Word Count: 1000 words Topic: A sustainable business model is one where a business enters into collaborative partnerships with government regulators. Discuss using a business example(s) of your choice. (Please choose a business is in Australia). You're required to understand the correct format of an essay and the Harvard referencing style. You must be punctual and honest with what you can do.
Skills: Academic Writing Business Analysis Business Management Essay Writing
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Seeking a remote captionist/typist to take notes for deaf and hard of hearing students. Work from home, take notes remotely for middle and high school students. You must have a strong command of English and solid typing skills (@ 70+ wpm) as you will be typing notes simultaneously. You will be logging in using your home Windows-based computer. Must forward 3 ports on your cable, wireless or dial-up internet connection (no satellite or pocket/cell/public WiFi connections allowed). The software will be provided to you free of charge. You should be computer savvy as we will need you to be able to troubleshoot occasional connectivity issues. We will assist with ports if needed. Hours: Between 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. EST (actual hours vary based on assigned schedule) Days: Monday-Friday (school holidays observed) Work load: approximately 3 or more classes per day (not necessarily consecutive; schedules provided in advance) Pay: $10/hr (minutes accrued)
Skills: Academic Writing Active Listening Administrative Support Computer Skills
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Our team read the SBIR/NSF applicaiton and understand the enomority of this undertaking. We know it will take collaboration to put forth a compeitive application. It is for that reason, we are looking for a highly skilled technical writer with prior experience completing a SBIR and/or STTR application. Before I go further, I realize winning a prior grant does not gurantee the success of a future application. Nonetheless, we want to work with someone who is not new to the writing and submission process. Our initial research in the marketplace tells us we have a unique innovation. The NSF SBIR will allow us to advance our product through the initial R&D phase. We are a small but diverse team of 4 (including industry thought leaders and a software engineer). We can and will provide all information requested in a timely fashion. We have one staff person (researcher with a PhD in education) dedicated to managing this process to completion. More details concerning the project will be provided through direct communications with interested and qualified parties.
Skills: Academic Writing Research technical analysis Technical writing