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Essential Questions M3
Essential Question #1 Why do successful entrepreneurs require effective writing, speaking, and critical listening and responding skills?
Essential Question #2 How do entrepreneurs communicate with key stakeholders such as investors and board members?
Essential Question #2 How do entrepreneurs communicate Groups to whom they are selling goods and services?
Essential Question #3 How do entrepreneurs communicate with members of the business community?
Essential Question #4 Why does effective business communication Rely on effective record keeping?
Essential Question #5 How do effective entrepreneurs back up Their ideas and assertions with valid and Reliable evidence?
Essential Question #6 How can we ensure that our business Documents reflect clearly-supported and Sufficient evidence to meet the needs and Demands of our audience?
Essential Question #7 Why does effective business Communication require sensitivity to the Audience to whom we are communicating?
Essential Question #8 How effective entrepreneurs communicate with their current and potential customers?
Essential Question #9 How can we adjust our communication to meet the background and needs of both current and potential customers?
Essential Question #10 What are the issues and challenges of Communicating with a changing market?
Essential Question #11 What is “intellectual property”? Why do Successful business people need to Consider the issue of intellectual property And the rights associated with it?
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