Syllabus of O3 – Business Communication and Report Writing

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icmap syllabus of O3 Business Communication and Report Writing

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GRIDWEIGHTAGE
FUNDAMENTALS OF EFFECTIVE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
1.    Introduction
2.    Communication in Organization
3.    Oral Communication
4.    Interpersonal Communication (IPC)
5.     Written Communication
35%
CRAFTING BUSINESS MESSAGES, REPORTS, PROPOSAL AND MEMOS
6.    Business Letters
7.     Report Writing
40%
CASE ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION SKILLS
8.    Case Method of Learning
9.     Presentation Skills
15%
EMPLOYMENT AND GROUP COMMUNICATIONS
10.  Employment Communication
11.  Group Communication
10%
Total100%

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PART-A

FUNDAMENTALS OF EFFECTIVE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

1. Introduction

  • Role of communication
  • Defining and classifying communication formal and informal
  • Purpose of communication
  • Process of communication
  • Components of communication
  • Characteristics of successful communication
  • Barriers to communication

2. Communication in Organization

  • Communication structure
  • Formal Communication network
  • Informal communication network
  • Importance of communication in management

3. Oral Communication

  • What is oral Communication
  • Principles of successful oral communication
  • What is conversation control
  • Two sides of effective oral communication”             
  • Non – verbal communication

4. Interpersonal Communication (IPC)

 Componential

o Definition of IPC

o List out the components of IPC

 Developmental & Relational definitions

 Purposes of IPC

 Universals of IPC

o Definition and basic concept of universals of IPC

 Axioms of IPC

o Define inevitability of communication, irreversibility of communication, contents and relationship dimensions of communication, communication involving a process of adjustment, relationship by punctuation

 IPC barriers

5. Written Communication

  • Purpose of writing
  • Clarity in writing
  • Principles of effective writing: Seven C’s of effective communication        
  • Steps of writing process: The 3X3 writing process
  • Business communication: Prewriting – Writing – Revising – Specific writing‐ features– coherence–electronic writing process

PART – B

CRAFTING BUSINESS MESSAGES, REPORTS, PROPOSAL AND MEMOS

6. Business Letters

  • Introduction to business letters
  • Writing routine and persuasive letters
  • Positive and negative messages
  • Organizational plans
  • Writing memos
  • Circulars

7. Report Writing

  • Objectives of Reports
  • Kinds of business Reports
  • Long reports (Business plan and proposal)

PART – C

CASE ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION SKILLS

8. Case Method of Learning

  • Understanding the case method of learning
  • Different types of cases (Define Finished cases based on facts, un-finished open-ended cases, Fictional cases, original cases)
  • Overcoming the difficulties of the case method
  • Reading a case properly (previewing, skimming, reading, scanning)
  • Case analysis approaches
  • Analyzing the case
  • Do’s and Don’ts
  • Case preparation (Define the process of case preparation including identifying case)

icmap syllabus of O3 Business Communication and Report Writing:

icmap syllabus of O3 Business Communication and Report Writing icmap syllabus of O3 Business Communication and Report Writing icmap syllabus of O3 Business Communication and Report Writing

The Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan (ICMA Pakistan) was established in 1951 with the objective to regulate and promote the profession of Management Accounting in Pakistan. By virtue of the authority vested in by the Act and Regulations, the Institute has been entrusted with the responsibility to provide education, examine competencies and confer internationally recognized post-graduate professional certification. After qualifying and fulfilling prescribed requirement of membership, the Institute awards following designations

The Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan (ICMA Pakistan) was established in 1951 with the objective to regulate and promote the profession of Management Accounting in Pakistan. By virtue of the authority vested in by the Act and Regulations, the Institute has been entrusted with the responsibility to provide education, examine competencies and confer internationally recognized post-graduate professional certification. After qualifying and fulfilling prescribed requirement of membership, the Institute awards following designations:

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