202D CH12 Q&A

202D CH12 Q&A - Direct has less of a summary and runs...

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Nate McKnight 1) What is a report? Factual accounts communicated through written documents about some part of the business 2) What are the three different types of reports? Informational Analytical Proposals 3) What is a statement of purpose? A summary of why a report is being written 4) What elements might a formal work plan include? Statement of problem Statement of purpose Tasks that need to be done Review of project assignments Working outline 5) What is an executive dashboard? A customized online presentation 6) What are the two kinds of introductions and what are their differences?
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Unformatted text preview: Direct has less of a summary and runs right into the message while indirect pads the message with more facts or statistics 7) What points generally need to be met for a report? Meet the audiences expectation Appropriate format Short 8) What are some topics for topical organization? Comparison Chronology Importance Geography 9) What are the three categories of analytical reports? Assess opportunities Solve problems Support decisions 10)What is problem factoring? A process used to break down a problem into connected questions to identify the source...
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