Most Important Piece Of Communication

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Important Issues in the Organization
After reviewing the case study, the single most important piece of communication in the collection of calls, memos and letters is the letter from Sally J. Rinehold of the Multigreen Assets Foundation. The letter states that a member of the professional staff requested a $21,000 for research when the Multigreen Assets Foundation already pledged a grant two years ago for capital improvements. Rinehold mentions a few facts in the letter that cause concern for both the structure of the professional staffing of the Loquium Institute and where the initial grant money went. The Multigreen Assets Foundation has not received any updates on the progress of the capital project and it is apparent that staff have reached out asking for specific grants such as research grants, which the Multigreen Assets Foundation does not fund. The most important issue at hand as the new development director is finding out why a professional staff member would reach out to an organization about a research grant that has already pledged a large grant for capital improvements. This issue also requires investigation on the use of the funds for capital improvements when the president of the Loquium Institute wants to start a capital campaign directed at raising money to improve outdated buildings. These issues are important to address as a new development director due to the fact that the staff within the Loquium Institute are either not utilizing funds properly or…
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