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Please click on the two links below for each clue (total of 2) and below that is what I think should be corrected (answers). Please point it out if my answers are wrong and help me to correct it. Thank you

1. Clue 1 -
2. Clue 2 -

Clue 1 answers:

1. To succeed in today’s high-tech business world, you need highly-developed communications skills.

2. You especially need writing and grammar skills, because employees spend 60% of their time processing documents.

3. One organization paid $3,000 for twelve employees to attend 1 week work shop in communication training.

4. My coworker and I were surprised to learn that more information has been produced in the last 30 years then in the previous 5,000 years.

5. If you work in an office with open cubicles, it’s rude to listen to web radio, streaming audio, or other multimedia without headphones.

6. When making a decision, you should gather information, and then weigh the advantages and disadvantages of each alternative.

7. If you are defining communication, for example, principle elements are the transmission of information and meaning.

8. Ms. Johnson had 3 messages to send immediately, consequently she choose e-mail because it was definitely the fastest communication channel.

9. 5 elements that made up your frame of reference are the following: Experience, Education, Culture, Expectations and Personality.

10. Just between you and me; I’m sure our company President thinks that honesty and integrity is more important than increase profits.

Clue 2 answers:

1.

1. Our company’s management council had all ready decided to appoint an investigative team; however, they acted too slowly.

2. Organizations are forming teams for at least 3 good reasons; better decisions, faster response times and increase productivity.

3. Most teams go through 4 development phases: Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing.

4. Some group members play dysfunctional rolls and they disrupted the groups progress toward it’s’ goal.

5. Successful self directed teams are autonomous, that if they can hire, fire, and discipline their own member.

6. Although we tried to reach consensus, several Managers and even the Vice President opposed the whole proposal.

7. At last months, Staff meeting the CEO and him complemented the team’s efforts, and made warm supportive comments.

8. Rather than schedule many face to face meetings, the team decided to invest in three thousand dollars desktop video conference system.

9. When conflict erupted at our teams January meeting, we made a conscious effort to confront the under-lying issues.

10. 55 people are expected to attend the Training Session on April 15th; consequently, she and I must find a bigger room.
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Here's my take on the first one. I couldn't see the original.

1. To succeed in today’s high-tech business world, you need highly developed communications skills. - There is one style rule that says not to hyphenate with words that end in -ly.

2. You especially need writing and grammar skills, because employees spend 60% of their time processing documents. Seems okay.

3. One organization paid $3,000 for twelve employees to attend a one-week workshop in communication training skills. The workshop wasn't on training, it was on skills. Unless they were going to become trainers themselves?

4. My coworker and I were surprised to learn that more information has been produced in the last 30 years then in the previous 5,000 years. Seems okay.

5. If you work in an office with open cubicles, it’s rude to listen to Web radio, streaming audio, or other multimedia without headphones. I still capitalize Web.

6. When making a decision, you should gather information, and then weigh the advantages and disadvantages of each alternative. Seems okay

7. If you are defining communication, for example, principle elements are the transmission of information and meaning. I couldn't see the original very well, but this doesn't really make sense to me.

8. Ms. Johnson had three (spell out under 10, in many style guides) messages to send immediately; or . C if you choose the period consequently she chose (past tense) e-mail because it was definitely the fastest communication channel.

9. Five (most style guides say to never start with a numeral, even if you do not usually spell out numbers under 10) elements that made up your frame of reference are the following: Experience, Education, Culture, Expectations and Personality. (No reason to capitalize these.)

10. Just between you and me, (not a semicolon) I’m sure our company president (don't capitalize titles like this) thinks that honesty and integrity are (if honesty and integrity are considered as seperate elements -- leave singular if they are considered one unit) more important than increased profits.
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Hi,

I can't read these pages very well. Can you just type them into your post?

Clive
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Thanks G.G. but what you mean you can't see the original G.G.? To zoom in the document, just click on it. Again, thank you G.G.
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