comm470 | undergraduate
Communicating In The Virtual Workplace
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Explain the evolution of virtual workplaces.
- Identify communication tools used in the virtual workplace.
- Analyze effective business messages in a virtual workplace environment.
Stakeholders in Virtual Workplace Communication
- Identify methods to communicate with stakeholders in the virtual workplace.
- Explain the impact of virtual communication on employee consumer relationships.
- Compare and contrast the benefits and consequences of virtual communication versus traditional communication tools.
Virtual Workplace Communication Channels
- Identify tools to improve workflow in the virtual workplace.
- Analyze methods to improve customer relationships using virtual communication.
- Identify communication systems used in e-commerce and traditional enterprises online storefronts.
- Analyze the communication process within virtual teams.
- Explain the importance of feedback loops in virtual teams.
- Explain cultural and generational divides and their relevance to the virtual workplace.
- Develop a communications plan for virtual teams.
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