Write a 1,750- to 2,450-word Research-Driven Long, Formal Report (follow the model offered in Ch. 18 ofWorkplace Writing) that proposes a change to the workplace or proposes a new initiative using the components of ethical business communication.
Your report should look similar to the example in Ch.18 of Workplace Writing. It must include the following headings:
Note. The cover page and references pages will not count toward your final word count.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Create a 10- to 15-slide presentation, including detailed presenter notes, (using Microsoft®PowerPoint®,Prezi, or another presentation software as approved by your instructor) to accompany your written report. Include any relevant data or visuals from your report or other sources to support your claims.Format and cite consistent with APA guidelines.
You may wish to refer to the University of Phoenix Material: Help With Microsoft® PowerPoint®Assignments as a resource for designing your presentation.
Format your citations in your speaker notes consistent with APA guidelines.
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