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Previous time i have bad experience with amateur student tutor and failed on my whole subject! This time Please be aware that do not assign to any amateur dudes please!!! and Very serious about quality!!! discussion , asking question is free at every stage of your executive stage.Please see attached guidance file. Simultaneously i have oral presentation with this writing therefore point(challenges) 1-3 most be very clear and different from each other.Case study is mainly about intercultural challenge, between low(Western-Australia) and high context(Asian-China) culture. If the tutor do not have knowledge about low & high context culture, please have a knowledge about this theory before you start writing!


ASSESSMENT INFORMATION Subject name: Effective business communication Assessment # 2: Pivot assessment 50 % Assessment type: Written report and oral presentation assessment Due date: 10th September Length: 3500 words (accepted +200 word maximum) Style: double space, Times new roman 11 Reference: Min 20, will be APA type Additional: There must have oral presentation follow this report. Therefore, points and structure must have very clear as follow: CASE STUDY:  BeautyPro is an Australian multinational company that makes and distributes organic cosmetics both within Australia and overseas. The head office is based in Brisbane, Australia. You have recently been appointed as the country manager for China. Upon your arrival in China, you have noticed that the organisation is facing several intercultural communication challenges. The three intercultural challenges are based upon: 1. Different cultural values and etiquette 2. Direct versus indirect styles of communication 3. Different cultural norms of decision making In conjunction with two other China-based Australian managers, you conduct academic research in order to understand these problems and come up with logical and practical recommendations. You and your team are tasked with writing a memo to the CEO and executive group which discusses these problems and provides recommendations to solve these problems. Writing structure: You write the report using the following format. 1) Table of contents 2) Introduction a) Significance of effective intercultural communication b) Identify the purpose of the report c) Preview the structure of the report 3) Analysis of the current situation (literature review of the three presenting issues) a) Intercultural challenge one b) Intercultural challenge two c) Intercultural challenge three 4) Conclusion—no new information should be presented here—just summarize what you have already discussed. 5) Recommendations—the recommendations should answer what should be done, who should do it, and how will the success or failure of the recommendations be measured? a) Recommendation one b) Recommendation two c) Recommendation three 6) References—Minimum of 25 (APA format) Please see the ORAL PRESENTATION STRUCTURE and after reading this section structure your writing! This is not your writing structure!!! But if you understand after this writing I have presentation you might understand deeper that you should follow the writing structure strictly. The oral presentation should include the following structure: 1) Introduction (First speaker) a) Attention-getting statement b) Exigency of the topic c) Preview of the structure d) Thesis e) Transition to the next section 2) Analysis: a) Intercultural challenge one (First speaker) i) Main point one (1) Evidence/example/explanation ii) Main point two (1) Evidence/example/explanation iii) Main point three (1) Evidence/example/explanation (2) Transition to challenge two b) Intercultural challenge two (Second speaker) i) Main point one (1) Evidence/example/explanation ii) Main point two (1) Evidence/example/explanation iii) Main point three c) Transition to the challenge three d) Intercultural challenge three (Third speaker) i) Main point one (1) Evidence/example/explanation ii) Main point two (1) Evidence/example/explanation iii) Main point three e) Transition to the conclusion 3) Conclusion (Third speaker) a) Recap main points b) Recap thesis c) Transition to the recommendations 4) Recommendations a) Issue one (First speaker) i) What should be done, ii) Who should do it, and iii) How will the success or failure of the recommendations be measured? b) Issue two (Second speaker) i) What should be done, ii) Who should do it, and iii) How will the success or failure of the recommendations be measured? c) Issue three (Third speaker) i) What should be done, ii) Who should do it, and iii) How will the success or failure of the recommendations be measured? 5) Ask the audience if they have any questions that you can answer (Second speaker) Assessment Criteria & Marking Rubric Introduction HD: Excellent introduction; clearly outlines the report topic, purpose, outcome, and structure: D: Exceed expectations; clearly outlines the report topic, purpose, outcome, and structure; one or two of the components could have been more specifically stated. C: Meets expectations; fair introduction; topic, purpose, outcome and structure general in nature. P: Poor introduction; does not clearly outline the report topic, purpose, outcome, and structure. F: Very poor or non-existent introduction. Analysis HD: Demonstrates a balanced and very high level of detailed knowledge of core concepts by providing a very high level of analysis. D: Demonstrates a balanced and high level of knowledge of core concepts by providing a high level of analysis. C: Demonstrates a good level of knowledge of some of the core concepts by providing some level of analysis. P: Demonstrates limited knowledge of core concepts by providing a limited level of analysis. F: Demonstrates little, if any, knowledge of the core concepts with extremely limited, if any, analysis. Conclusion HD: The assessment presents an excellent detailed and focused summary of the ideas presented. D: The assessment presents a detailed and focused summary of the ideas presented. C: The assessment presents a somewhat detailed and focused summary of the ideas presented. P: The assessment provides limited detail with no clear summary of the ideas presented. F: The assessment fails to provide any clear evidence of the ideas presented. Recommendations HD: Exceeds expectations: All three challenges are addressed at a high level of detail based upon communication theories and models and evidence of successes in other organisations. D: Exceeds expectations; All three challenges are addressed at a good level of detail based upon communication theories and models and evidence of successes in other organisations; more specific detail needed to be provided. P: Meets expectations; Less than half of the challenges are addressed at a poor level of detail based upon communication theories and models and evidence of successes in other organisations; more specific detail needed to be provided for the identified challenges. F: None of the three challenges are addressed. Written Communication HD: Quality of writing is of a very high standard. Sections are coherently connected to each other. Correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation. D: Quality of writing is of a high standard. Sections are mostly well structured. Few grammar, spelling and punctuation mistakes. C: Quality of writing is of a good standard. Few grammar, spelling and punctuation mistakes. Some problems with sentence structure and presentation. Frequent grammar, punctuation and spelling mistakes. P: Quality of Writing is poor. Multiple grammatical, spelling and punctuation errors. The structure of the report is illogical. F: Quality of writing is of a very poor standard so barely understandable. Many spelling mistakes. Little or no evidence of proofreading. References HD: All 20 references are credible and correctly cited using the APA format. D: Not all 20 references are credible and correctly cited using the APA format C: All 20 references are credible; sources are not correctly referenced using the APA format. P: Less than 20 references used; sources are correctly cited using the APA format. F: Less than 20 references are used; sources not correctly sited using the APA format. Learning Outcomes Assessed · Demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills required in written, oral, and interpersonal communication to address complex business problems · Apply professional business writing and oral communication skills to effectively inform or persuade a target audience · Deliver effective presentations to transmit knowledge, skills and ideas to both specialist and non-specialist audiences and achieve business objectives · Critically analyse communication challenges faced by organisations by applying established theories to develop innovative strategies to address them · Demonstrate the skill to autonomously reflect about good practices in workplace communication in different organisational contexts · Engage and collaborate with team members to demonstrate oral, written, and interpersonal communication. Graduate Attributes · Knowledge · Communication · Self-management · Ethical and Professional Responsibility · Leadership
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Kuldeep answered on Sep 06 2020
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Contents
Introduction:    3
Analysis of the Current Situation:    3
Intercultural challenge one: Different Cultural Values and etiquette    3
Intercultural Challenge two: Direct versus indirect style of communication    4
Intercultural Challenge three: Different Cultural Norms of decision making    5
Conclusion:    6
Recommendations:    6
References    9
Introduction:
Intercultural communication includes sharing or communicating the details about the particular subject among various cultures, countries, and professional backgrounds. Communication is the key to any business organization. It provides the business an ability to transact across various cultures that is growingly important because the world has become almost identical
. Moreover, every culture has a different aspect of its own which can cause conflicts as well as disorders in intercultural communication (Bruni, 2016).In context of our company which is in focus i.e. BeautyPro is an international company dealing with beauty products based in Australia and worldwide including China. Hence, intercultural communication problems can cause great losses to the profitability and overall operations thereby. Hence, this report by the country head aims to identify the major obstacles and issues with the intercultural communication in BeautyPro, China due to the different cultures of the two countries and provide recommendations to solve the same. The lack of sensitivity in regards to that of cultural values might affect the business to a great extent as it can displease or hurt the feelings of existing customers or business partners around the world and it can have negative impact on the business.(Beamer & Varner, 2008)
When the company manager reached china, he came to know about various intercultural challenges which the industry is facing in china. In order to discuss those challenges the academic research has been conducted in co-occurrence with two managers of the company who were based in china. The report highlights the literature on the identified intercultural communication challenges followed by the recommendations addressing these challenges. Effective business communication is the process of listening and speaking two ways that are most important among all levels of the intermediate market business. Ask 100 employees, that they are good communicators, one hundred will say yes but in reality we all need to improve communication skills. The rules are hidden in most business relationships, and the core is assumed. This will last for some time, but it is best for parties to express their contact needs and expectations. Beliefs are always misunderstood, which can grow in troublesome situations. Again, talk about current and future, but do not assume that what has happened forever. Effective business harmony can transform, even though things are already bad communication is very important - and hard. They do not remove the difference, but they do not allow them. Ultimately, a good business interface is not about winning; It's about strengthening the relationship. The changes do not happen overnight.
Whether it is a large or small business, increasing business is the company's top priority. Equally important but often overlooked is preparing for this growth. As the number of employees in smaller company’s increases, they face the problem of keeping teams aligned with business priorities. The biggest factor in overcoming growth barriers is the strategic communication plan to maintain employee information and participation. For small businesses, finding resources for effective planning and internal communication is very difficult. Often, all the attention of management is required to simply sell and bring products to market. Changing the old communication model is challenging because top management often doesn't realize this when old communication methods stop working and they need to use new vehicles. In a small single-site business, the person in charge of the company may know the name of each employee and the names of their spouses and children. He or she does not need a formal communication plan to inform the team of changing priorities, because everyone screams in the hall and everyone receives a message. However, when the workforce expands to multiple locations or salespeople are on the road with customers rather than offices, the less formal style becomes ineffective. At this point, managers need to consider which business metrics and other messages are critical to getting the team to understand the situation and the best way to deliver that information to the team. Management also needs to consider how often information needs to be shared. Let's start with the content. Identifying the key information you want to share with your team requires knowing who is working. The brainstorming session with the team will discover this information and help identify the project and how often it will need to be shared.
However, it is more difficult to find the right communication tool to share information. In today's electronic world, many companies mistakenly believe that individual email is an effective communication device and it's easy to understand why. The sender of the communication can place all of his or her content in a beautiful email form, or even attach other files as needed. The sender can control the sender of the message and the time of the message. The only fallacy of the email hypothesis is that just because the information is pushed to the recipient does not mean that the person reads or understands it. Usually, face-to-face meetings or, for groups that cannot meet in one place, a conference call is necessary to ensure understanding and use of the information sent. This may require scheduling a meeting for the team. Such meetings require discipline, and setting an agenda can help speed things up and make effective use of everyone's time.
Analysis of the Current Situation:
There are different ways of communicating some conflicts considered embedded. The difference between direct and indirect communication is especially useful for our visitors. In our organization, we bring students from all over the country and around the world to a small city in the Midwestern city of China. No one told people that they came under the influence of indirect communication. Indirect communications on local or international other places are good to gather information, even if they are not familiar with basic culture. But direct interactions do not understand the expectation of a conversation, and they may not realize that their style is abrasive and sometimes even threatening. Providing this framework is very useful for visitors to look at their situation. People with direct interaction speak their thoughts. Their messages are mainly expressed by the words they are used and are dependent on the literal meaning of those words. Communication aggregation "is to obtain or provide information, direct interaction is common in low-context cultures, which are usually more culturally different, usually emphasizing personality, independence and self-reliance, due to this diversity, there is no broad idea in terms of contact. Speakers are clearly responsible for communicating.
A little deeper dining on it, all of the above things are carried out according to our values. Values ​​and beliefs can be learned in national culture, and they may be unconscious. Values ​​change tremendously, especially in national cultures, the tendency to judge others based on the "lenses" based on our cultural norms. There are many opportunities for potential conflicts, misconceptions and miscommunication. Different values ​​behave differently, behaviours cannot be understood. It is important that you try to understand and appreciate this difference in working effectively with people from other cultures. Building trust and commitment around the culture means all parts of our cultural intelligence are required to be used: cultural engagement (motivating, our attitude), cultural beliefs and cultural communication (oral, non-verbally, dialogue style). Listen, be patient, do not talk to people's heart and mind, "cover", respect - and you'll build trust and be trustworthy.
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