MGMT_3330_Insley_Text_Chap_10_Revised_2008

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Unformatted text preview: 1 2 6 Business Reports Chapter 10 2 2 6 Report Categories and Types Informational Reports They present facts, observations, and experiences only. Analytical Reports They identify an issue of problem, present relevant information, and interpret that information. 3 2 6 Internal Organizational Flow of Reports Reports Moving in an Upward Direction They typically contain information that assists higher- level decision makers. Reports Moving in a Lateral Direction They typically contain information that assists in the coordination of work activities. Reports Moving in a Downward Direction They typically contain policies and instructions concerning how to implement the policies. 4 2 6 Report Classification by Length Short Reports One-to-nine pages in length Typically based on routine matters Long Reports Ten pages in length and longer Typically based on non-routine/special matters 5 2 6 The Key Components of a Long Formal Report...
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course MGMT 3330 taught by Professor Insley during the Spring '08 term at North Texas.

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