With regard to this stance however, I was not able to provide concrete examples as regards to the costs and benefits, and only described the theoretical concepts.
With regard to the third case, while I provided alternative technologies that can be used, I failed to discuss the financial constraints and ethical considerations of using such. I proposed less invasive strategies such as strengthening the questions that are asked, and perhaps improving the systems for cross-checking.
TMA allowed me to apply my knowledge of theoretical concepts in practice. However, I noticed a few errors in expressing myself grammatically. More importantly, I should draw more connections between theory and practice through sufficient examples.
I am writing in light of your company’s proposition to impose flexible with working from home opportunities through the aid of computer-mediated communication (CMC). I have reviewed your company’s profile against the advantages and disadvantages of using of CMC. I am also proposing several recommendations with regard to the use of CMC which might be helpful as your company reorganizes and moves towards home-based work opportunities.
CMC is clearly not a novel process in your company, and to a certain degree it has increased the productivity and work output. According to Joinson and Littleton (2008), there has been “evidence that the use of CMC in the workplace can be beneficial not just in speeding communication, but in increasing the quality of that communication” (p. 127). Studies by Shirani et al. (1999 as cited in Joinson & Littleton, 2008) and Adrianson and Hjelmquist (1999 as cited in Joinson & Littleton, 2008) have revealed deeper problem analysis and increase of brainstorming ideas in CMC compared to face-to-face interactions.
However, there have been contentions to the level of interaction that takes place by using CMC. Without