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MGMT 604

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Study guide for final exam that might be given sometime in the semester.
Dr. Stewart Tubbs
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                                                                                                            Management 604 Final Exam Study Questions                                                      1. Using an example of communication from our class sessions, use the      communication model from the textbook to analyze that experience. 2. Discuss the five criteria for evaluating communication effectiveness. Give       examples. 3. Discuss the six differences between defensive and supportive      communication styles.   4. Discuss the difference between denotation and connotation in language      use. Give examples. 5. Discuss the factors to consider when using critical listening with a      speaker’s use of definition, analogy, examples, statistics, and quotations.      Give examples.  6. Discuss Hersey and Blanchard’s situational leadership model in relation to      your in­class scores on the T­P Leadership profile. What does this      information tell you about how to communicate more effectively with      others? 7.  Discuss the information in the chapter on “the Nonverbal message” that      you found to be helpful. How can you use this information to help you         communicate more effectively? 8. Discuss some of the methods from the textbook for improving listening. 9. Discuss the four guideline of “Principled Negotiation” and give        examples. 10. Discuss the concepts that you found to be most useful in the chapter      “Intercultural Communication.” Give examples from your own       experience. 11. Discuss the chapter on “Public Communication.” What have you learned         this semester from this chapter and from the in­class presentations. Give       examples. 12. Discuss the concept of Supportive Supervisory Communication from the          chapter “Organizational Communication.” Include any insights or        examples from your experiences in class.   13. Discuss the four philosophical viewpoints on “Communication and             Ethics.” Which of the four do you feel fits your needs best and why? 14. Discuss the Kilmann –Thomas Conflict mode instrument and what it has        taught you about strategic communication. 15. Discuss the Hypodermic needle model versus the two­step flow model of        mass communication. Give examples from your experience. 16. Discuss the ten influence styles. Which do you prefer in which        situations? 17. Discuss the communication recommendations for conducting        “Courageous Conversations.” 18. Discuss Schutz's FIRO­B and exzplain how this information can help improve          your interpersonal communication effectiveness. In the event of some new late­breaking insights, other study questions may be  added to this list. MGMT 604 Additional Speech Topics as thought­starters INFORMATIVE Ypsilanti Diabetes High blood pressure Irish culture Turkey Penguins Scuba diving Heart Disease Africa Bollywood Anorexia Nervosa Xian, China King of Saudi Arabia Kent State University shootings Depression Scoliosis Korean language Japan Mentoring Two faces of India 2008 Beijing Olympic games Tennessee Walking horses Thailand PERSUASIVE Wikipedia Cell phones while driving Stem cell research Corporate citizenship Organ donation Trans fat Invest in gold Polygamy Global warming Internet addiction Watch out for motorcycles Marriage licenses Reduce meat consumption Disney World Know your FICO credit score Emotional Intelligence Diamonds Fair trade Autism Vaccinations Yoga Presentation Rubric Presentations will be evaluated on the effectiveness as a whole, not just on the following  guidelines in isolation. To qualify for an “A” grade, a presentation should exhibit the following attributes: Use “Presentation Zen,” (i.e., 10 or fewer words per slide, except for quotes and  definitions, and excluding the slide’s title). CONTENT The topic is fresh as opposed to trite and overdone (such as drinking and driving, using  seat belts, etc.). The topic is interesting to the audience. All five forms of supporting material are used, and used appropriately.   A. Definitions B. Examples C. Analogies D. Quotations E. Statistics Logic and reasoning are used appropriately. ORGANIZATION The central idea is clear. The main points are identifiable. The presentation has an introduction, body and conclusion. Ideas build from one to the next. Transitions are skillfully executed. LANGUAGE Terminology is used appropriately. Technical terms or acronyms are explained. Literary devices such as alliteration, acronyms and repetition are used appropriately. Colorful and vivid language is used. DELIVERY Physical Delivery is extemporaneous, as opposed to reading from extensive notes or extensively  from the screen. Direct eye contact with all audience members is used consistently.  Facial expressions are used for emphasis. Gestures and movement are used for emphasis. Hands are not in your pockets. Arms are not folded across your chest or hidden behind your back. VOCAL Rate of words per minute is brisk and not too slow. Speech is free of excessive vocalized pauses (such as, “uh,” “um,” “and um,” “y’know,”  etc.). Rate of words is varied as appropriate. Vocal volume is sufficient to be heard. Vocal inflections are used for emphasis and are conversational, not a monotone. Vocal style is conversation not, artificial.  Pronunciation is correct. Presentations that have shortcomings on the guidelines above will experience a  reduced grade.


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