Which of the following is not needed in the purpose statement of a report?
A. The rhetorical purpose of the report
B. The problem as the organization experiences it
C. The specific technical questions, which must be solved
D. The psychological barriers, which must be overcome to make the report persuasive
E. Only A and B are not needed
You are in your mid-20s and are assigned to write sales letters to new customers aged
45 and above. You decide to address each customer by his/her first name. Which of the
following correctly evaluates this strategy?
A. This is not a good strategy because when writing to people outside your
organization, first names should be used only if you have an established a personal
relationship with the reader.
B. This is not a good strategy because many people dont like being called by their first
names by people who are much younger.