You are a member of the Human Resource Department of a medium-sized organization that is implementing a new interorganizational system that will impact employees, customers, and suppliers. Your manager has requested that you work with the system development team to create a communications plan for the project. He would like to meet with you in two hours to review your thoughts on the KEY OBJECTIVES OF THE COMMUNICATIONS PLAN. What should those objectives be?
tactical military decision making, something his counterpart in Germany relished. By late 1944, most specifically the Battle of Leyte Gulf, the Americans had not only recaptured much of the territory lost, but also dealt the final blow to the Japanese navy. The events that took place in Europe were much more straightforward. In January 1943, at the Casablanca Conference, it was decided that the Allies would defeat the Axis forces in North Africa before any incursions onto mainland Europe. By May 1943, the North African campaign was over, with over 250,000 axis soldiers taken as prisoners. The Allied invasion of Sicily was launched that June, and mainland Italy in September. FDRs attention was now turned to France, where he selected General Dwight D. Eisenhower to command the invasion. Eisenhower opted to invade Europe on June 6th, 1944. Operation Overlord as it was to be named consisted of the largest naval force ever assembled, allowing the Allies to break the Atlantic Wall and successfully land in Normandy. With the Germans fighting a war on two fronts, and the seemingly endless stream of US arms and supplies, the allies were able to slowly liberate more territory from occupation. FDR faced very little the president faced little difficulty in securing his re-election in the 1944 election. Roosevelt and his running mate, Harry Truman, were able to win the 1944 election securing 432 out of the 531 available seats. FDRs fourth and final victory set the stage for the end of the war and the establishment of the United Nations, something he campaigned in favour of. Following his reelection and the outcome of the war in Europe and the Pacific looking more and more obvious, FDR met with Stalin and Churchill in Yalta to discuss the postwar reorganization. FDR conceded, allowing Stalin to take care of the Polish postwar government. The Yalta Conference would set the stage for Europe in the second half of the 20th century. Upon his return to the United States from Yalta, FDR was clearly not in the greatest health. On April 12th 1945, 7 weeks after Yalta, and a month before the end of the war in Europe, FDR suffered a massive cerebral hemorrhage. World War Two would come to an end that September with the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Harry Truman would preside over the end of the war and the establishment of the United Nations, something envisioned during Roosevelt’s tenure.>GET ANSWER