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Our report services stand out because; we make sure to determine its purpose. What should you accomplish? Write to your readers, who are your audience. Proceed in an orderly manner. Research – write – summarize. Length matters. Cover your topic, then quit. Flow logically. Lead the reader from start to finish. Appearance matters. Make it visually appealing. Review and revise. Before you do anything else, clearly define what your report should accomplish. Are you writing this report to persuade or inform? Will it project into the future or review the past.
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When report writing, make sure you are addressing your readers. You cannot write to your readers if you don’t know who they are. Are they experienced or inexperienced? Are they insiders or outsiders? Do not use words or jargon they will not understand. Provide supplemental information at the end of the report if it will help. Resist the temptation to tout your horn too loudly – your report should do that for you. Keep your audience at the top of your mind throughout the rest of this process. You will look your best by looking out for your readers.
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Now that you know why you are writing your report and to whom you are writing to, you can begin doing your research. Once you have gathered all the information you need, you are ready to start writing. When you have finished writing everything else, you are ready to write your executive summary – the last thing you write will likely be the first thing your audience read. Your report should be long enough to accomplish its purpose, but not a single word longer. Anticipate questions and objections and provide responses. Don’t be redundant. Communicate effectively and conclude the report.
It may sound automatic, but some people forget the simple rule of including an introduction, the body, and a conclusion in a report. A report should flow from point to point. Lead the reader through a logical progression of the topic from the beginning to the end.