To satisfy one of the requirements for the Master of Technical and Scientific Communication (MTSC) degree from Miami University, I performed a 16-week internship with Jenzabar, a higher education software provider in Cincinnati, Ohio. The purpose of this internship report is to report on and analyze the importance of effective communication in a newly merged company. The internship consisted of one major project in which Paul Anderson’s Problem-Solving Model was used to update and revise content for the Jenzabar CX Web site. Additionally, this report discuses several smaller projects and looks at the limitations and expectations of communication at this company and how it affected the document development process.
|School Location:||United States -- Ohio|
|Source:||MAI 57/05M(E), Masters Abstracts International|
|Keywords:||Knowledge management, Process maturity model, User testing|
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