Examples don't have to take more than a few seconds. Here are several quick ones:
• Applications are simply software programs—like ivord processors, spreadsheets, or even computer bridge games.
• Our department could save money if we stopped buying individual software packages and bought network versions instead. For example, word processing software cost us about $5000 last year. But the network version of the same software would have cost us only $1200.
• Our workshops are always small: The class for new managers, for instance, is limited to 12 people. The class on new accounting methods is limited to 15.
• We need to change some of the procedures in our store to improve its appearance. For example, we inventory new merchandise at the sales counter—a messy procedure within view of the customer.
Most of the communication actually takes place in the examples, doesn't it?
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