Summary_BusComm_Ch12

Summary_BusComm_Ch12 - BUSN 333-801 Professor: Marion Krien...

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BUSN 333-801       Professor: Marion Krien        Student Name: Lan Yao      Student #: 821 935 319 Part IV Preparing reports and oral Presentations Ch.12 Completing Reports and Proposals Putting the final touches on reports and proposals Don’t rush through the completion stage and risk making mistakes that could undo your days or weeks of hard work. Revising your reports and proposals The revision process for long reports is the same as for short messages, although it can take considerably longer. Producing your reports and proposals Computer tools have made it easy for virtually anyone to create handsome reports, but they’re also raised the expectations of business audiences. Components of a formal report : length, audience expectations, and organizational traditions all dictate what you should include in a formal report. Analyzing a formal report (P405-418: sample report) Parts of a Formal Report (Figure 12-1 P404) Prefatory Parts Text Parts Supplementary Parts
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This note was uploaded on 06/04/2009 for the course BUSINESS business c taught by Professor Marionkrien during the Fall '08 term at Seneca.

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Summary_BusComm_Ch12 - BUSN 333-801 Professor: Marion Krien...

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