Business Community

No. 3 is already done and attached

1. The top three things you’d like to learn about Business Communication?

Locate a current event about a company or product. Tell the class what
the story was about. Who was the audience? What was the tone & style
of article? Was the information delivered appropriately? How did the
company handle the information? What suggestions do have for handling
the information more effectively? only answer the questions.

Supposed you are a project manager using a waterfall development-based
methodology on a large and complex project. Your manager has just read
an article that advocates replacing this methodology with prototyping
and comes to you requesting that you switch.

  • What would you say to your manager?

Justify the reasoning behind your response utilizing at least one external resource.

Supplementary Article: The Pros and Cons of Rapid Prototyping (Links to an external site.) discusses rapid prototyping.

I want this answer right away. (3)

4.Review the Stanford Guidelines for Web Credibility (Links to an external site.) and visit the Stanford Web Credibility Research website (Links to an external site.)for
more information. Then select one of the topics provided below that
interests you. Find four different websites that provide information on
that topic. Evaluate the credibility of the information presented on
each website. Write a brief analysis of each website (approximately 100
words per website) explaining what makes the information credible or not
credible. Include a hyperlink of each website with your analysis.

Here are the topics to choose from:

  • Mobile phones and cancer
  • Diets and dietary supplements
  • Gun violence in United States
  • Climate change
  • Smoking & secondhand smoke
  • Vaping
  • Air and water pollution
  • Organic food and farming

Assume that you have been assigned the task of creating an
object-oriented system that could be used to support students in finding
an appropriate apartment to live in next semester. Using what you have
learned about the basic characteristics of object-oriented systems:

  • Define the different types of objects (i.e., classes) you would want to include in your system.
  • Define the attributes you would want to include in their definition.
  • Arrange them into an inheritance hierarchy.

Diagramming Resources


  • Chapter 1, “Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design” (Use figures 1-9, 1-10 and 1-11 as examples – pgs. 20-22.) You will find the book there.

Dennis, Barbara Haley Wixom, David Tegarden – Systems Analysis and
Design_ An Object-Oriented Approach with UML-Wiley (2015)

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