This assignment is the third part of the Team Project, and is comprised of planning, researching, writing, and editing a formal business report on an assigned topic. You will utilize the collaboration tools available to accomplish teamwork, develop your team building and conflict resolution skills, practice working collaboratively to achieve a higher goal than what could be achieved individually, and highlight the importance of developing a cohesive formal report that demonstrates consistency of thought. Your report will be formatted as a formal business report.
Using the research conducted for Part 2, write a report (1800 word, double-spaced, 12-point font) on the topic assigned by the instructor. A report template is provided.
Step 1: Write the report.
a. Organize your assignment as a formal business report including a cover memo, title page, executive summary, table of contents, introduction (including your statement of purpose), body (background, methods (secondary research), results (descriptive /what you found in those articles), discussion, conclusion, and references. Apply headings to each section.
Method: Selecting your research questions + Library research + annotated bibs + meetings + add/removed more sources
b. Address your 3/4 research questions as included in your part 2 assignment. Each question must have at least TWO reference sources.
Step 2: Proof-read and edit the report.
a. Check spelling and grammar and proofread the entire report. Make any appropriate edits. All team members should review the final report before it is submitted.
b. Review the in-body references (Are they properly cited? Are they also listed on the references page?)
c. You must have at least 15 academic or peer reviewed references for the paper.
*TEAM meetings: At least for two times (recording links required)
Step 3: Submit the report.
Select one team member to submit the assignment on the assignment page.
Your overall submission should include:
1. Memo (purpose, acknowledgements, actions to be taken). Letter
2. Title page (include title, name, date, course code/title, instructor name).
3. Executive Summary (Summarize the topic, methods, data/evidence, results, and conclusions/recommendations)
4. Table of Contents
5. Introduction (Introduce your topic, include a clear purpose statement, preview the structure of the report)
6. Body (May include background, methods, results (answers to research questions), analysis or discussion of research questions)
7. Conclusion (summary of findings, recommendations, action plan)
8. References (full references for all work cited in body)
1. Papers written with double-spacing allow easier review and editing.
2. Use APA referencing guidelines for citations and references. Click here to review “APA Style”.
3. Do not write in first person (I) but rather the third (they, he, she).
4. Ensure all references are academic sources. If an article is found in an academic journal in one of the library databases, then you can assume it has been peer reviewed and thus acceptable. Many articles found readily online may not have been exposed to any editorial vetting process, and thus should not be used as a resource.
1. What are the benefits of using mobile technology in business communications?
Blankadm, (2019). Benefits of Mobile Technology for Business – Denmark Business Solutions. Retrieved August 16, 2021, from https://denmarkbusinesssolutions.com/2019/05/01/benefits-of-mobile-technology-for-business/
The above journal answers the research question on the benefits linked with the use of mobile technology for enterprises. However, the journal lists some of the advantages of mobile communication technology in organizations involving apps and other useful gadgets. The author of the article states that mobile technology has created better communication in businesses today. Moreover, better communication has occurred to the enterprises that have ensured proper intuitive and simple introduction communication methods and actions for workers (Blankadm, 2019).
Generally, better communication happens where workers can communicate without difficulties when they desire to do so from different work areas. Also, workers should have the necessary devices with suitable channels of communication. Again, it shows that better communication should also be ensured to clients, vendors, shareholders, professionals, and individuals within an organization since this ensures an interactive workplace.
Smith, J., (2016). Impact of Mobile Technology in Business Communication – Business 2 Community. Retrieved August 16, 2021, from https://www.business2community.com/tech-gadgets/impact-mobile-technology-business-communication-01704702
Additionally, the above journal indicates that mobile communication technology in businesses has maintained a good collaboration among colleagues. These communication technologies have created tele-collaboration, a key factor associated with mobile tools and technology in enterprises. Improved responsiveness among people within organizations is the other great benefit mentioned in this article. However, access to mobile communication promotes how workers can respond and manage their roles in business. Again, it reflects that mobile communication has ensured minimal operational costs, plus it helps save time (Smith, 2016). Some of the apps and gadgets have ensured a quick approach to various roles, and they help lower the cost incurred during communication by workers.
Also, this journal shows that the use of mobile communication technology in enterprises has offered the capability to perform more with less. Moreover, in this case, mobile communication technology ensures easy access for enterprises of distinct sizes. It enables them to obtain the devices required for different operations hence ensuring faster growth. Increased productivity is the next benefit mentioned in this article. The use of mobile communication technology in enterprises has permitted workers to accomplish a lot with less. Other benefits include harnessing more information, improved marketing methods, ensuring a contemporary working area, and increased cloud access hence boosting cybersecurity methods in enterprises
2. what are the different forms of mobile communication technologies used in enterprises today?
EGHAM, U.K., (2019). Top 10 Wireless Technology Trends for 2019 & Beyond | Gartner. Retrieved August 16, 2021, from https://www.gartner.com/en/newsroom/press-releases/2019-07-23-gartner-identifies-the-top-10-wireless-technology-tre
The author of the above article shows that the diversity of the use of mobile communication technology in enterprises is because of the increased communication applications in mobile phones. These apps have unique operating systems that allow people to communicate without any physical connection. Nevertheless, the network used in the different forms of mobile communication devices has advanced to the 4G network, which is faster and allows communications to be transmitted through the various devices without challenges.
Some of the commonly used mobile technologies in today’s enterprises include PCs that include PDAs, laptops, and other mobile gadgets. However, the author of the above article states that the above devices can function effectively if wearable technologies are ensured to make them very safe and reliable.
Macwan, U., (2017). Mobile Technology, Its Importance, Present, and Future Trends. Retrieved August 16, 2021, from https://www.finextra.com/blogposting/14000/mobile-technology-its-importance-present-and-future-trends
Many businesses have effectively ensured that they have improved technologies such as the 2G, 3G, 4G networks, Wibro, EDGE, WiMAX, and GPRS technologies. The currently developed communication networks in cell phones today involve Wi-Fi, Vehicle-to-Everything, Wireless Sensing, Millimeter Wave Wireless technology, Enhanced Wireless Location Tracking, Long-Range Wireless Power, Low-Power Wide-Area networks. Other technologies mentioned in the article wireless debit and credit card payment systems (Macwan, 2017).
3. How do businesses use mobile phone technology to improve interdepartmental collaboration within the workplace?
Yueh, H. P., Lu, M. H., & Lin, W. (2016). Employees’ acceptance of mobile technology in a workplace: An empirical study using SEM and fsQCA. Journal of Business Research, 69(6), 2318-2324.
Yue, Lu, and Lin use an empirical study to find out the acceptance of mobile technology in the workplace. Their study identifies strategies that organization managers need to focus on while implementing the use of mobile technology, more so social media, for communication in the workplace.
Yin, P., Ou, C. X., Davison, R. M., & Wu, J. (2018). Coping with mobile technology overload in the workplace. Internet Research.
Different applications have been developed to facilitate interpersonal communication. There are numerous gadgets being used and different versions of software and applications for communication. How do employees and managers deal with an overload of mobile technology in the workplace? Yin, Davison, and Wu herein explain the importance of embracing technology diversity to bring teamwork culture to the organization.
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Description This assignment is the third part of the Team Project, and is comprised of planning, researching, writing, and editing a formal business report on an assigned topic. You will utilize the c
Appendix E: Part 3: Team Project Report Template COVER MEMO To: From: Date: Subject: Title Page Executive Summary [Summarize the topic, purpose, methods, data/evidence, results, recommendations, conclusion] Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Introduction 5 Body 5 Background 5 Methods (Secondary research + Library research) 5 Results 5 (results of your search – What did you find? How did the sources help you? How do you classify the information? What are some solutions you might offer? How can you solve this issue with some alternatives?) 5 Discussion 5 Conclusion 5 References 6 Introduction [Introduce the topic, state the purpose of the report, review the structure of the report] Body [Use actual Headings. Body is not an appropriate heading. This section includes background, methods, results, analysis or discussion, etc.) Background Methods (Secondary research + Library research) Results (results of your search – What did you find? How did the sources help you? How do you classify the information? What are some solutions you might offer? How can you solve this issue with some alternatives?) Tables? YES