This graded assignment should incorporate what you learned about the components and tone of an Executive Summary. Remember, the Executive Summary assumes that the reader will not read the entire report or book; therefore, you must take him through every part of the report or book. Just summarizing the general purpose is an Abstract, not an Executive Summary!

This graded assignment should incorporate what you learned about the components and tone of an Executive Summary. Remember, the Executive Summary assumes that the reader will not read the entire report or book; therefore, you must take him through every part of the report or book. Just summarizing the general purpose is an Abstract, not an Executive Summary!I’d like you to write an Executive Summary of our book “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” Further, you must write it so that it persuades top managers (VP or President/CEO) that they should read the book, because it will help improve or change some specific aspect of their communication competence at work.

Summaries are single-spaced with double spaces between paragraphs. You must use headings that distinguish the different parts of the book.

The summary should be no more than three (3) single-spaced pages, but you should not ramble. Appropriate grammar, spelling, use of titles/headings, etc. will be expected. A grading rubric is attached.

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