PR#3 - PR#3 1. Businesses need reports for two reasons: 1)...

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PR#3 1. Businesses need reports for two reasons: 1) to solve a problem. ex) a company may face problems that workers lay off rates are increasing in certain districts or departments. 2) to function properly. ex) business needs information to increase and enhance its work environments and performance. 2. Determining the Basic Problem steps a. Getting the problem clearly in mind by gathering and analyzing the information available. b. Gather information through informal research, which involves talking to people, studying company records, and reading printed materials like books, periodicals, brochures, electronic documents, and the like. c. State the problem clearly, preferably in writing: other people can review, approve, and evaluate a written statement, and their assistance may sometimes be valuable to you. Also it forces you to do, and to do well. 3. Three ways to write a problem statement a. An infinitive phrase: to introduce a new type of computing system for all the employees in the company. b.
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course EC 480 taught by Professor Nicolas during the Spring '08 term at University of Oregon.

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PR#3 - PR#3 1. Businesses need reports for two reasons: 1)...

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