Banning Email

Read and respond to a case study to demonstrate your understanding of, and ability to apply, the most important concepts of the module, especially regarding potential pitfalls of communication media.

Review a case study of U.S. Cellular in the 10th edition of the course textbook attached in the Module 5 folder. Next, read this post about using social media as a job search tool (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. from The Global Broadcast, the official blog of CSU-Global.

In an integrated essay, analyze the case providing support for your analysis by including the following:Critically evaluate the position that e-mail tends to be generally unproductive in the workplace.Review the communication challenges of dealing with this volume of e-mail.Examine the idea that job-seekers (and seekers of internships) must use the internet, and consequently email, to find a job. Discuss the implications for managers who depend on email as a form of communication and for hiring.Debate the concept of e-mail “replacement” by using more of a social media tool and whether this might it be better or worse when communicating throughout the organization or to external job-seekers (and seekers of internships). Include in your argument the factors that managers, specifically, must consider.

Your well-written paper should meet the following requirements:Be 3-4 pages in length.Be formatted according to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. .Cite a minimum of three scholarly sources, at least one of which is not provided in, or linked from, the course. The CSU-Global Library is a great place to find these scholarly sources.

Write clearly and logically, as you will be graded on content, analysis, and your adherence to the tenets of good academic writing—which should be succinct where possible while also exploring the topics appropriately. Remember that you can always improve your work by providing support from outside scholarly sources, which help both to bolster your own assertions and supplement your ideas.

Business Management and Administration Library Guide

A Library Guide is available via the following link to serve as a great resource in this course for you. The Library Guide provides a variety of pre-selected databases within the library that are designed to support this specific course. Be sure to use this link throughout the course to support your assignment and discussion board research efforts: Management Library Guide (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site.